Two orphans who remained after the death of five family Members in an accident at MacKinnon have no where to go after undergoing treatment. The two survivors aged 10 and three have been getting medication at makadara hospital in Mombasa after sustaining serious injuries. According to their aunt Harriet Gesare, after being discharged from hospital, they could not access their house because one of their uncles had locked it.
After the courts gave orders that would have seen Police officers assist the kids of the late Bundi in accessing their home, a Mombasa children’s court has reverted the orders through the leadership of principal magistrate Viola Yator. According to the magistrate, the courts shall make a final verdict on the matter after the two minors Micheal Bundi aged 10 years and Venant Bundi aged 3 years have been discharged from coast general hospital.
They say you can choose your friends but not neighbours . Kenyans have been tickled by a picture of a mango tree with it's fruits tightly wrapped around a netfor it not to fall to the other side of the fence. Kenyans think that the owner of the mango is so mean . Even so , incidences of neighbors involved in a fight because of overgrown trees across their fence . It's not ascertained the situation between the two neighbours but such a possibility cannot be thrown under the bus . Some of those who understands
A mother has this Sunday evening been arrested after being accused of beating up her daughter to death. The nine years old girl was clobbered to death after her mother accused her of losing an Sh10 coin she had given her to buy her chapati. The 25-year-old Grace Nyandusi who hails from Nyaribari Chache in Kisii County is said to have brutally murdered the minor on Saturday evening after she lost the money meant her chapati.
A woman in Keumbu, in Kisii County was this afternoon rescued by police from an angry mob who wanted to lynch her.The woman is alleged to have beaten her 9-year-old to death for a very flimsy reason. Picture courtesy. It is alleged that the 25-year-old beat the child to death after she lost 10 shillings she had been sent to buy chapati with.
A woman committed an act of beating her 9-year-old daughter to death.The 25-year-old Grace Nyandusi killed the young girl on Saturday evening after she allegedly lost a ten Shilling coin meant to buy chapati, she is currently in the police cells as investigations are ongoing. The police who took captive the woman, used about an hour to prevent the irate locals from harming the woman.
The incident occurred at Nyaribari Chache in Kisii County where a 25-year old mother allegedly killed her nine year old daughter for losing ten shillings that she was sent Chapati to buy chapati with. [Photo|Courtesy] Police in Keumbu, Kisii today has arrested the 25-year old suspected of killing her daughter after misplacing the ksh.
On Sunday evening, police in Kisii arrested a 25-year-old woman suspected of killing her nine-year-old daughter after she lost ksh10. Photo: police car at a Crime scene, courtesy Facebook. Grace Nyandusi murdered the minor on Saturday evening after she misplaced the money she needed to buy chapati in Nyaribari Chache.
Police in Kisii County have arrested a woman who Killed her daughter over the loss of ten shillings that was meant to buy chapati.Grace Nyandusi allegedly killed the minor on Saturday evening.According to the report shared through Facebook page, Grace Nyandusi hails from Nyaribari Chache.
A family in Molo is mourning their daughter, Beatrice Gesare who was among this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education candidates, she met her death death when she went to the shop through the railway bridge route and fall off.
Grace Nyandusi [25 years] has found herself inside a police custody after she allegedly killed her nine year old daughter for misplacing Ksh.10 given to her to buy Chapati at a nearby hotel.Police in Keumbu have confirmed her arrest on Sunday. According to area assistant chief in Nyaribari Chache, mr. Calvi Kengara revealed that the nine year old might have misplaced the coin when she wandered into a nearby sugarcane farm.