Four suspected gangsters were on Thursday morning killed by Directorate of Criminal Investigations detectives along Kisumu-Busia Road, Kisumu County. The four identified by police as, Joseph Hall, 33, Michael Omondi, 21, George Odongo, 15, and Lameck Opiyo, 22, were enroute to Busia aboard a black car when the incident happened.
Deputy President William Ruto's motorcade was yesterday barricaded by rogue youths from Busia. While responding to the matter, the Interior Security Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi promised the public that the matter will be resolved and the culprits brought to book. [photo Courtesy] The youths were reported to have blocked the road around Korinda area and also pelted stones to motorists causing some injuries and destruction of property.
A form student from kisumu boys high school perished in a road accident and others left injured while proceeding home after a short term school closure on Thursday evening yesterday.
Eight suspects including two minors who stoned Deputy President William Ruto's convoy in Busia county were arraigned in court today. The eight were charged with obstructing police officers, incitement to violence and malicious damage to property. They all denied the charges and were taken to Korinda GK Prison where they will be remanded for 11 days until next week Friday when the matter will be mentioned.
Elgeyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen had it rough on Twitter today over his negative remarks on the just released Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report. The report, which is expected to change the country’s governance structure, including the creation of the Office of Prime Minister and two deputies, has caused mixed reactions from politicians who are supporting and opposing yet they have not seen what is in the report. Some of the harshest critics of the report are Deputy President William Ruto's
The late University of Nairobi lecturer Prof Maurice Mang'oli (67) has been buried at his Namuyemba estate home in the outskirts of Bungoma town. The deceased succumbed to the global pandemic COVID-19 which is ravaging the world. Family members, relatives, University of Nairobi officials, the community and political leaders mourned the academician as a kind and development oriented person. The burial was conducted by Bungoma county health officials donning the Personal Protective Gears to stop them from contracting
Police officers in Busia have arrested eight suspects in connection to the chaos to the Deputy President William Ruto in Busia yesterday. Police said the eight suspects were part of unruly youth which pelted stones and barricaded roads at Korinda area. The dramatic scenes led to the destruction of injuries property.
Eight people who police say are behind the chaos that plagued Vice President William Ruto's tour of Busia County on Saturday have been apprehended. Police headquarters confirmed on Sunday that the suspects were part of a rowdy group that stoned and blocked motorists in the Korinda area. "They threw stones indiscriminately at motorists, causing injuries and destruction of property," NPS said while confirming their arrest.
A section of Kenyans are not happy with Deputy President William Ruto after missing a key event attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga. Ruto, on Wednesday morning was nowhere to be seen when President Uhuru together with Raila received the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report at Kisii State Lodge. DP Ruto is instead in Uasin Gishu County attending the burial of Huruma MCA Peter Kiiru Chomba, who died from Covid-19 complications recently. Kenyans who were reacting after the deputy