On December holiday last year 2021 a driver from 2NK Sacco was fired by his employee after he report students who were using bhang his vehicle while he was driving them.photo Courtesy Later the driver secured a job at Nyeri County government after meeting with his governor. John Maina has currently sued his employer to get paid after the Sacco fired him.
Back in November, two young men mysteriously vanished without a trace after a court healing in Milimani. According to sources, the two young men identified as John Maina and Nicholas Mwangi were last eyed at the Milimani law courts answering to charges of stealing a car. Since then the two vanished into thin air and their families have been looking for them since then.
Students from Friend's grammar mixed secondary school boarded a 2NK matatu to head to Nairobi following the mid term break that commenced today until 23rd November. Most schools released their students to get to their respective homes. When the students boarded the matatu and their journey set off, they did not hesitate as they started using it all sorts of drugs that they had gathered not keeping in mind that they are still minors.
John Maina, Former 2NK driver who was sacked after he reported students who were abusing drugs while in a matatu has reasons to celebrate after he received a commendation from the National Authority for the Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse, (NACADA) based on his role to fight against misuse of drugs.
Kieni Member of Parliament has caused sharp divisions among Kenyans after what he said today while launching a church facility at his sub-county home. Kanini Kega, who is most considered a mole from Mt. Kenya supporting opposition leader Raila Odinga in his quest to unseat Uhuru has caused sharp divisions on his Facebook page.
Despite his cries John Maina, the popular 2NK Sacco driver who attempted to drive students who were smoking bang to a nearby police station got unfairly dismissed and lost his job as the Sacco accused him of other malpractices. Many Kenyans attacked the Sacco and threatened to boycott their services after this unfortunate incident.
Police in Kirinyaga are looking for 14 students from Fred’s Grammer Secondary School who jumped from a moving matatu when they were busted smoking weed.According to the DCI, the students had boarded a Nairobi-bound matatu belonging to 2NK Sacco and were heading home for half-term. At some point, the driver, John Maina, sensed the smell of cannabis and upon checking he saw the students smoking and drinking alcohol.He instructed them to stop but they became unruly and threatened him.
This evening, Kenyan leading transportation company 2NK SACCO has taken to it's Facebook page, and clarified that it has not fired John Maina the Matatu driver who reported students who were smoking bhang and drinking alcohol yesterday, and stated that John Maina was expected to report back to work after a certain commitment with his employer.
John Maina who was fired by 2NK Matatu SACCO for reporting misbehaving students has finally been honoured by Nyeri County governor Mutahi Kahiga to work as a driver in his county. The driver's decision to report the students at the nearest police station was received negatively by his former employer who inturn fired him from work.
The DCI has cautioned netizens against dictating what cases they should pursue. Currently, the police are searching for students who jumped from a speeding matatu after they were found in possession of drugs including cannabis popularly known as bhang or 'weed' and alcohol. In a statement, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) explained that the 14 students from the Fred Grammer Mixed School, had boarded a 2NK matatu heading to Nairobi for their half term break.
A day ago, an incident occurred where students jumped out of a 2NK matatu that was bound for Nairobi from Kirinyaga after the driver noticed that the students were indulging in bang and illicit drinks. According to the report by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI), the driver was very persistent of the teenagers to stop before branching to the police station.
Remember the former 2NK Sacco driver Mr John Maina, who was dismissed from his job hours after he reported students who were smoking bhang as he was carrying them home two weeks home for half term. God has been so faithful and he has been offered a lucrative job position as a driver in one of the departments in Nyeri County government.
Bhang smoking by students today has been normalized than ever. A rising number of students have been caught involved in illicit activities during school holidays. Students are doing all sort of crime openly and without fear. Today, DCI officers based in Kirinyaga have launched a manhunt for 14 students, who jumped from the windows of a moving Nairobi bound matatu, after they were busted smoking cannabis.
Secondary school students indiscipline cases are becoming rambant as stake holders call for quick action to curb down the damaged caused by such unruly behaviors. Recently, so many schools were reported to have been reduced to ashes forcing the ministry of education to introduce an impromptu midterm to break the ongoing school crisis.
DCI detectives based in Kirinyaga are looking for 14 high school students who escaped from a Nairobi bound moving matatu after being found smoking bhang. (Photo Courtesy) According to the statement from the DCI investigations, the culprit students were from Fred's Grammer Mixed Secondary school.
Detectives based in Kirinyaga are tracing the whereabouts of 14 students, who jumped from the windows of a moving Nairobi bound matatu, after they were busted smoking weed. The students from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary school had boarded the Matatu belonging to 2NK SACCO. As indicated by the DCI, the understudies had boarded a Nairobi-bound matatu having a place with 2NK Sacco and were setting out home toward half-term.
Detectives officers based in Kirinyaga County are now in pursuit of fourteen students who jumped through the windows of a moving bus. The students who were heading home for their half term break were bursted smoking bang while others enjoying alcohol in a matatu heading to Nairobi. The students who were identified to come from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary school had boarded the 2NK SACCO bus at the Karatina bus stage.
Kirinyaga County detectives are searching for 14 students who jumped from a moving 2NK Sacco matatu going to Nairobi. The Directorate of Criminal Investigation confirmed on Friday, November 19, that pupils from Fred's Grammar Mixed Secondary School boarded the matatu to Karatina town for their mid-term holiday.
The police are now in a hunt for 14 students from Fred's Grammer Mixed school. The students fled from the matatu as it was taking them to Sagana Police station. The students had boarded a 2NK at Karatina en route Nairobi. Trouble started when the driver noticed that the students were smoking bhang and taking alcohol.
Kirinyaga based detectives are looking for students who jumped out of a moving matatu to escape arrest after they were busted smoking bhang inside matatu. According to the DCI, the students from Fred’s Grammer Mixed Secondary school had boarded the Nairobi route matatu and they were headed for their mid-term break.