RIP: Shock After Jairus Onyambu's Body is Found Dumped on The Road One Day After Going Missing
Jairus Onyambu's family is in shock after the body of their kin was found dumped on the road just one day after he went missing. According to sources Jairus left home to work as usual but on this particular day he never returned back home leaving his family in distress.
School Principal, Three Teachers Beat a Form Two Student to Death for Carrying an Expired Gate Pass
Photo: Deceased student Jairus Ochieng School ID. Police in Kisumu county have launched investigations following the death of a form two student at St.Alex Ayucha Secondary School. Jairus Ochieng is said to have succumbed to injuries inflicted on him by four teachers including the school principal on Wednesday last week while being punished for carrying an expired school gate pass card.
Several Notorious Drug Traffickers Nabbed By Police, Narcotic Drugs and Weapon Recovered
Five family members were nabbed by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations and cocaine worth about Ksh.15 million recovered in separate operations within Nairobi county. According to The Star, the DCI Anti-narcotics Unit raided a house in the upmarket of Kileleshwa and arrested a notorious drug dealer who is wanted by the security agency.
Why You Should Be Careful With The Words You Speak
The words you speak become the house you live in, whether that's a prison or a palace. The building materials are your words. Why? Because words create and reinforce beliefs. And beliefs dictate behavior. Many people think when they speak they're expressing what's already within them, when in fact we often create realities by giving them expression.
School Principal, Three Teachers Beat a Form Two Students to Death for Carrying an Expired Gate Pass
School ID photo of deceased student Jairus Ochieng. Following the death of a form two student at St.Alex Ayucha Secondary School, police in Kisumu county have begun an inquiry. On Wednesday of last week, Jairus Ochieng reportedly died after injuries administered by four teachers, including the school's principal, for possessing an expired school gate pass card.
Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja Cancels Licenses For Night Clubs In Residential Areas
Following public outcry regarding noise pollution, Governor Johnson Sakaja of Nairobi has now revoked the licenses of nightclubs that operate in residential areas. In a statement obtained by Citizen Digital on Friday, Governor Sakaja stated that his administration would no longer issue or renew licenses for nightclubs located in residential areas.
Kenyan Newspapers Headlines Thursday 23rd June
Photo courtesy The Standard Daily reports on the saga surrounding Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja war with the Commission for University Education (CUE) after it emerged that CUE had recalled a letter they had written, revoking recognition of Sakaja's degree from Team University in Uganda. This was in light to a High Court ruling after judge Jairus Ngaah urged the two parties to settle the dispute out of court.