A file photo of former governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko. Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko (pictured) has been questioned by officials from the of Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), for allegedly inciting violence at Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance conference, chaired by ODM leader Raila Odinga over the weekend.
Police in Mombasa are having difficulty explaining the circumstances under which a businessman who is alleged to be a terror suspect was kidnapped by people alleged to be police officers. According to reliable reports on Monday, September 13, seven armed men accosted Mombasa businessman Abdulhakim Salim Sagar and bundled him into a waiting Toyota Hilux double-cabin pickup car before escaping.
President aspirant Doctor Mukhisa Kituyi is in hot soup after a woman allegedly reported to the police that, she was assaulted by Doctor Kituyi. Following this allegation, IG Mutyambayi has emerged with a powerful directive.IG Mutyambayi has directed the coast regional chief officer to investigate Mukhisa Kituyi's allegations.
Police are still trying to investigate how military equipment got it way in an auction in Mombasa thus making a civilian to acquire them. In an explanation, Coast Regional Police supervisor Manase Musyoka noticed that the official recuperated 14 naval force blue battle uniform and 17 protective caps from an individual from people in general.
A Kenya police officer caught on camera on Friday evening brutalizing a Nation Media Group cameraman going about his duties at the Likoni Channel ahead of the beginning of the dusk to dawn curfew announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday, has raised many unanswered questions about the much taunted professionalization of the National Police Service. That a sane officer can like a savage attack somebody listed in among the cadres of workers engaged in provision of essential services and thus exempted
Coast Regional Commissioner John Elung'ata has ordered the immediate reopening of all schools in Lamu County West Lamu Sub-County after the national government deployed a multi-agency security team to restore normalcy In the region. The security disruption followed an attack earlier this month by suspected al-Shabaab militants that left seven people dead, others injured and property destroyed after some houses in the sub- Lamu West County.
Dramatic Scenes at Likoni as Detectives From Special Forces Arrest Two Heavily Armed Terror Suspects
Dramatic scenes were witnessed at Likoni Ferry terminus after two terror suspects were dramatically arrested by Special Forces detectives and Anti-Terror Police joint in Mombasa on Monday. The suspects who were on rush to exiting through the channel were arrested at around 10 am on the mainland side after a tip-off from the public on the presence of the two people whom they described to be conducting unusual business around the town.
In the early morning hours of August 23, officers from the Anti-Terror Police Unit and the National Intelligence Service (NIS) detained two suspected terrorists at the Likoni ferry crossing point. They shot in the air while approaching the suspects' car, a white Toyota Probox, in a devious operation that caught commuters off guard.