Drug Kartels operating around the City had their way into the DCI dragnet yesterday night after the detectives managed to trace and arrest one of their Cars that Had carried 13 bales of Majirina popularly known as Canabis Sativa when it was just at the brink of entering the Nairobi CBD.
Detectives nabbed down a vehicle loaded with cannabis sativa and Catholic Church nuns as it was making its way to Nairobi. Photo of Catholic nuns Reports from the detectives states that the vehicle had four people inside and 13 bales of marijuana that was well concealed and was traveling from Malaba to the city.
A vehicle loaded with cannabis sativa was impounded by detectives as it was making it way into Nairobi county. The marijuana is said to be in 13 bales and it was recovered from a vehicle that had four occupants from malaba. The DCI says that three of the passengers were Catholic missionaries from the Benedictine sisters.
Flying Squad Seized Vehicle Loaded With Consignment Of Cannabis Sativa, Police Hunt For The Culprits
A vehicle loaded with a consignment of cannabis sativa was last night seized by flying squad, as it made its entrance in Nairobi County. The marijuana that was keenly parked in 13 bales was recovered from a vehicle that had come from Malaba, with four passengers. Surprisingly, three of the occupants were Catholic missionaries from the Benedictine Sisters.
Detectives apprehended a vehicle loaded with bales of cannabis sativa as it entered the city today. The marijuana, which was skillfully packed in 13 bundles, was discovered in a vehicle with four occupants that had traveled from Malaba.Three of the passengers were Benedictine Sisters, who were Catholic missionaries.
Police this evening have impounded a passenger with cannabis sativa worth million of shillings in Nairobi,according to Directorate criminal of investigation official Facebook page,they revealed that the cannabis was headed in Nairobi but police had flagged it down in southern bypass,police claimed that marijuana was coming from malaba with passengers,three among them being Catholic missionaries who part of the passengers,detectives further disclosed that the nuns were not part of syndicate but were only passengers who had traveled with the car.
Death is inevitable. Death cause both psychological and emotional torture to an individual as he or she tries to come into terms with the death. Death may also create a gap that may not be easily filled especially when the deceased is the key member of society. Today catholic church has been dealt a major blow following the death of Reverend Father Bernard Omuse Oleket of Catholic Diocese of Bungoma.
Busia Catholic Church was thrown into deep mourning after the untimely demise of a renowned Catholic priest. The late Fr. Ben Omuse was a dedicated member of the clergy who preached the word of God countrywide. He was a model of emulation who will be remembered by many people.
On Tuesday 21st of September, Kenyans on social media were left scratching their heads while other expressed displeased opinions after photos of Catholic church in Nyamache Sub-County (Kisii) emerged. According to the photos shared by Edina Kwamboka whose an ardent supporter of Deputy President William Ruto and his entire Husler Nation camp, the Church's roof is seen torned beyond repair.
MP Peter Kaluma. [Source/NN] Homa Bay Township MP Peter Kaluma has castigated a section of clergy calling for reconciliation between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his entranged deputy William Ruto. The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops(KCCB) has asked Uhuru and Ruto to end their differences warning their feud has the potential to spark political chaos that would leave the country heavily damaged.
Three Catholic missionaries from Benedictine Sisters found themselves in trouble after their driver failed to stop after DCI detectives of Lang'ata division flagged him down yesterday at night.The driver accelerated the speed of his vehicle in an attempt to escape the furious DCI who swang into action and chased his vehicle.
Today the deputy president donated the car, a Suzuki Vitara, to the African Church of the Holy Spirit Dumbeni Malava Kakamega county.photo After donating the car Ruto and his entourage made stopovers in Malava and Kakamega towns where they addressed the public. Bishops of Kenya’s Catholic and significant Protestant churches have bowed to state pressure to block politicians from the pulpits.
How do you feel about president Uhuru and Dp Ruto's current relationship?. We all know that they have been a good duo working together to achieve Kenya's dreams. For years, they had proved to us that they are more than work mates. This is because of how they used to act and always have each other's backs.
Gatundu South member of parliament has warned Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu against criticizing the move by the church leaders against call for unity between Dr William Ruto and president Uhuru Kenyatta. Speaking in an interview with Inooro TV Kiririmbi show Ngunjiri Wambugu alleged that the two leaders should first reveal where their problems emanated from before calling for reconciliation.
Deputy President William Ruto has been given conditions by allies of President Uhuru Kenyatta who have cautioned against coming with his rules on the table,talking to residents of Mt Kenya region lawmakers told the second in command to forget about being endorsed by President Uhuru Kenyatta saying they don't owe him anything,they also wanted him to stop inciting residents of Mt Kenya region together with their leaders.
DP Ruto has been blaming his political rivals and opponents for intentionally generating a rift between him and the president in order to prevent him from running for president in 2022. The clergy have publicly urged President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President (DP) William Ruto to reconcile and unify for the country' s welfare.
The current Kirinyaga Women Representative and one of the 2022 Kirinyaga County gubernatorial aspirant's, Honorable Purity Ngiciri was today Sunday barred from addressing church congregants forcing her to adress a press outside the Church. This has come just days after Catholic and Anglican Churches of Kenya banned Politicians from using Church pulpits for their political gains.
Rarienda Member of Parliament, Otiende Amollo, tells Church Leaders to keep off from Politics. Rarienda member of parliament Otiende Amollo has poured cold water on the reunion called between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, William Ruto . In the recent past, a section of Catholic Bishops have been calling for a reconciliation between these two leaders who have been seen not to have good terms since the handshake was done three ago.
Deputy president and president Allies set tough conditions. Law maker allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta claims that before any handshake between deputy president William Samoei Ruto and president Kenyatta ,Dp should apologize first to the public and later to the president. The gap between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Dp William Samoei Ruto had widen in the last three years.
Otiende Amollo, a member of parliament and a lawyer from Rarieda, has poured cold water on President Uhuru Kenyatta's and his deputy William Ruto's reunion calls. A group of Catholic clerics has recently called for a ceasefire between the two leaders, three years after they publicly feuded.