A kind young man, Derrick Walton, who was at some point in his life homeless, has extended a good hand towards people without shelters by opening a restaurant where homeless people can go to every Monday and eat for free. Walton said that those types of people in society always feel lonely and unloved, therefore someone must come out to defend them.
A Member of Parliament who was caught on camera assaulting a contractor will face a legal suit. Lawyer Brian Khaemba has said his client suffered bodily harm due to the public assault from the legislature. Steve Kay’s lawyer has said he is expecting the police to act with speed and arraign the MP in court.
[Photo|Courtesy] It is just few hours when two high court judges Aggrey Muchelule and Said Juma Chitembwe were arrested on allegations of a corruption scandal. They have been are now in court seeking a petition against their arrest over Kshs. 5M bribery allegations. The two judges through their lawyer Dunston Omari have a certificate at the Milimani Law Courts wanting the court to issue orders barring the state from arresting or charging them within the Republic of Kenya.
Kenyans have been left reacting after a young man was spotted along a road asking for help from Kenyans. The information was shared on Facebook by Derrick Mbugua. He explained that the young man was spotted this morning at Nyali Bridge lifting the paper written "HELP! HELP!
Tranzoia County Governor Removes All Coffin Sellers Who Sell Caskets Next To Referral Hospital Gate.
Tranzoia County Governor Mr. Patrick Khaemba has today dismissed all coffin sellers who used to do their business beside the referral hospital gate. As reported by Citizen TV, Khaemba said that many patients who use the same gate loose hope of surviving moment when they see coffins. Mr. Khaemba said that everybody needs emotional support most especially when they are ailing.
Kimilili parliamentary aspirant Bryan Khaemba has pledged to run a peaceful campaign devoid of hate, violence and name calling saying It is possible to win an election without attacking people, maiming youths or causing chaos in funerals. Speaking on behalf of the aspirant at a harambee to offset funeral expenses following the demise of Mama Sabina Nabifuo Pilisi at Daraja Mungu village, Chebukwabi Location, Geff Wanjala drummed up support for Wakili saying Kimilili will be a center of excellence once Khaemba takes charge.
Chief Justice Martha Koome says she hasn't received any information about why two justices, Aggrey Muchelule and Said Chitembwe, were arrested on Thursday, July 22. Though they recorded statements at the DCI Headquarters on Kiambu Road in Nairobi, the reasons for the pair's arrests were not immediately disclosed.
The Trans Nzoia County Governor has stopped the making and selling of coffins outside the County's Referral Hospital's gate. According to him, the sight of coffins scares patients who need good care instead. Image: Courtesy (image used for illustration) He says he received complaints from Trans Nzoia residents who questioned the morality of those carrying out their business there.
The Kenya Judges and Magistrates Association has moved to court to obstruct the indictment of Justices Aggrey Muchelule and Said Chitembwe over supposed unite dealings. The two high court judges were captured on Thursday by analysts from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations and barbecued for quite a long time at the DCI base camp on Kiambu Road.
Governor Patrick Khaemba of Trans Nzoia has made it illegal to sell coffins or have funeral homes near public hospitals. Governor Khaemba, speaking at a news conference at the county headquarters, lamented the proliferation of funeral businesses selling coffins and other funeral supplies, calling it an eyesore to the general public.
Governor Patrick Khaemba has banned the selling of coffins near hospital in Trans Nzoia County. This comes amidst the many deaths that have been happening in Trans Nzoia County thus the sudden move by Governor Patrick Khaemba “Those shops that have mushroomed near hospitals, especially the county referral, have become an eyesore and it haunts patients seeking treatment at the facilities," Patrick Khaemba had noted
Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi on Wednesday, July 14, got reprieve after the High Court stopped his request taking plea as planned. The LSK CEO Mercy Wambua accused Havi for assault on Monday, July 12, during a chamber meeting at their offices.
Kenyans have congratulated Trans Nzoia County Governor following his latest directive. This was after Governor Patrick Khaemba banned the selling of coffins and funeral parlours business in Trans Nzoia County. This move will not affect all traders but only the casket traders who have positioned their businesses next to hospitals around Trans Nzoia County.
Coffins sellers and Hearse operators have been given a 14 day ultimatum to move their operations from the vicinity of hospitals by Trans Nzoia Governor Patrick Khaemba. A furious Khaemba claimed provision of these services near Hospitals is causing patients unnecessary "panic and fear." "Nobody comes to the hospital to die but comes with a hope of getting well after receiving medication.
Governor Patrick Khaemba, who was speaking during a press conference at the county headquarters said, there are many funeral shops around the public Hospital selling coffins and other funeral assortments saying that it is a good strategic place for them to attract customers. Governor Patrick, banned the selling of coffins around the public hospitals claiming that, it is a disgusting for a business person to remind the patients seeking for medical attention at the hospital that they can either get out of the hospital well or in their coffins.
High Court in Nairobi has barred the police from arresting or charging Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi over alleged assault on the society’s CEO Mercy Wambua. Justice Jairus Ngaah has shielded Mr Havi from imminent prosecution in an escalation of differences between him and Ms Wambua.
Trans Nzoia Governor Patrick Khaemba said funeral services businesses should be located two kilometres from the hospital. Khaemba expressed his concern over the increase in shops selling coffins and other funeral supplies near the hospital. The county official said the funeral services business near or inside the hospital affects the recovery of patients.
Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi on Wednesday, July 14, got a reprieve after the High Court halted his plea taking as scheduled.The LSK CEO Mercy Wambua accused Havi of assault on Monday, July 12, during a council meeting at their head office.
Governor Patrick Khaemba of Trans Nzoia County bans sale of coffins and provision of hearse services near hospitals in the county. Coffin makers and all people who offer hearse services near health facility in Trans Nzoia County have been given two weeks to relocate. Khaemba explained that coffins and hearse services around hospitals is scary to patients and against African traditions.
The five-judge bench involved in the historic ruling of annulling the Building Bridges Initiative has appealed to the Inspector General of Police to beef up their security owing to threats and verbal attacks from the political class. The five-judge bench: Justices Chacha Mwita, Teresia Matheka, George Odunga, Joel Ngugi, and Jairus Ngaah (top to bottom clockwise).