A Middle aged Woman in Lamu has today attracted reactions from Kenyans after She was spotted kneeling down to greet Ruto who had availed Himself to Her business of selling roasted maize on the road side at a time when She had no customers at all. Ruto's motorcade stopped at a busy Highway that had the two way traffic system that all came to a halt due to the public who assembled at the place mainly the youths who kept praising him and laughing while making fun as the Dp approached the Young woman who was literally shy and trembling as the rare happening unfolded slowly.
Motorists especially truck drivers are always encouraged to be extra careful on the roads to avoid accidents that lead to loss of lives or severe damage to property. Picture courtesy. Image of the lorry. Safety on the road should be paramount for everyone that uses them in ensuring that everyone gets back home to their families.
|Photo; Accident Scene| Road accidents have day by day continued hitting the headlines of many our Media sources despite too much efforts that are being directed towards reducing them. Many people who leave home with hopes and expectations of retuning back alive are now ending up into graves due to Small Mistakes we make on our roads.
Photo Courtesy. Images were taken from previous incidents. Over the last few months, cases of fire raging down schools have been rampant with several cases reported in the last few months. The Covid-19 pandemic forced schools to close with students spending a lot of time at home.
Kapsaret member of parliament honourable Oscar Sudi has found himself in agony as the Highway secondary school teacher claims that there is no any information showing that he (Sudi) did his KCSE in his school. This is after the reports indicated that the Kapsaret constituency leader did his Kenya certificate of secondary education examinations in Highway secondary School.
Sad news reaching right now is that a dormitory at Highway secondary school in Nairobi county is currently on fire. The started in the evening when students were on their evening preps. The cause of the fire however has not been revealed. It is alleged that it might be due to power default.
Fires have engulfed schools in the country in recent past and whenever this happens parents are always distraught over this news. It is sometimes unclear the genesis of such fires but in some cases, the culprits are known. Picture courtesy A few moments ago, we have received reports that a secondary school in Nairobi is on fire.
In the recent past, cases of schools being on fire have been many and whenever this happens parents tense because they don't know what to expect after the incident. The culprits are usually not found but at times they are known. Highway Secondary School is located in South B, Nairobi county.
Students of Highway secondary school in South B, Nairobi county are currently spending their night on cold after dormitory caught fire. The incident which is reported to have just happened few minutes to 10:00 has left property of unknown value being destroyed by the fire which is currently still engulfying the dormitory.Photo Courtesy For Illustration Purpose Only.
Keegan Oyugi, 26, who had been missing for about fourteen days was discovered dead in a solitary vehicle crash in the south metro. Minnetrista Police Department police said a vehicle found off Highway 101 in Savage had a place with Oyugi. Police said they discovered his body locked in the vehicle seat.
An oil tanker on Monday left the Kasagam flyover Highway on the Kisumu-Nairobi-Kondele highway and fell into a ditch. Police rushed to the scene where they dispersed the crowd and defended it. According to regional security commander Samuel Anampiu, the tank was coming from Kondele to Ahero.
A fire incident has this evening broken in a Secondary School in South B in Nairobi County. (Photo, Courtesy) Highway secondary school in South B, Kapiti Estate has caught fire and gone up in flames in what is said to be an accident. The fire incident broke out from one of the dormitories while the students were in class for their evening studies after having their meals.
Death always comes unannounced robbing us our loved ones and on 3rd July 2021, Kenya is mourning one of it's greatest billionaire. He goes by the name Naushad Merali. Naushad was the founder and chairman of Sameer group.Merali was also a founder of mobile service provider Kencell which is now airtel .
Fire outbreak was witnessed at St Martin school just behind Nairobi School, opposite Loresho estate. In a video that is going viral, students are seen rushing to put out the inferno that was ravaging buildings in the school. The cause of the fire is yet to be identified by the time this article is being published.