Two Kenyans who had filed a petition with the Judicial Services Commission for the dismissal of Judge Said Chitembwe withdrew their case. John Wangai and Stephen Ooko who filed the petition on November 17 withdrew their petition from the JSC on Friday morning. They withdrew the case because the case had not been dealt with under the rules of natural justice, they said.
John Wangai went missing three years ago after he had an altercation with his brother. He has finally returned back home after his story was aired on Inooro TV. According to John, he left home to avoid causing any harm to his brother where he claims he decided to walk away from his family members instead of committing suicide.
The National Assembly of Kenya has received a petition to look into the recent fuel prices in the country after there was a public uproar. Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announced new fuel prices for the period between September 15 to October 14 that increased by 6%.
Homes have became difficult place for many to live in. Conflict between family members leds to some of them relocating to unknown place. John Wangai from Mukurweini in Nyeri county went missing 3 years ago. According to his two sisters Margaret and loise, John went missing after his wife left him.
John Wangai has returned home after three years, just a week after Inooro TV aired the story of his family members who were desperately begging him to come back home. John says he decided to escape from home since he was having a struggling relationship with his brother and if he continued staying there, he could have either harmed his brother or commited suicide and he didn't want any of that to happen.
Two petitioner by the names Antony Manyara and John Wangai have appealed to the Assembly over hiked prices of fuel in Kenya calling for the urgent reappealing of section 13 ,of the Financal Act, 2018 to address the menace. Speaker justin Muturi has given the National Asembly Committee fourteen days to look deep into the matter and address the house and Kenyans in common on what way to follow about it.
Birthdays are always special to us humans as we always celebrate turning a year older while reflecting how the last 12 months were living in this world That ought to be the same culture at Deputy President William Ruto's home and today being the 21st of December, he is celebrating his 54th birthday. The DP has received a lot of heartwarming messages from Kenyans who have took to social media to also celebrate Ruto's special day. Below are some of the messages; Mark Kyalo: Today I celebrate life. Life granted