A Kenyan woman only identified by one name Ogembo has been forced to move to court after her husband was put behind bars in July 2018 for killing a 26-year-old woman in Buruburu. The man identified as Erastus Odhiambo is currently facing 20 years behind bars for the sinful act he committed.
A man of 19 years old committed suicide at Nyagenke village of Kisii county.According to villagers,they woke up and found the youth dangling from the tree outside their home. 'It seems that there are family misunderstandings and confusion in this home. "Commented Charles Getubo. Villagers informed the police from Ogembo station to witness the unique death.When the latter reached there,they were hasitant to untie the body for unknown reasons.The villagers watched the dangling body helplessly.It finally dropped down from the tree and fell down leaving part of the piece of rope hanging precariously from the sagging branch.
A woman has moved to court seeking orders to allow her to visit her husband in prison for conjugal rights. The woman identified as Ogembo has sued Attorney-General Kihara Kariuki, arguing that although her husband - Erastus Odhiambo - is serving 20 years for murder, he retains all his other rights, including conjugal rights.
Residents have left in both stitches and in shock after a woman identified as Ogembo went to court demanding conjugal rights from her imprisoned husband claiming that she is thirsty and needs to be quenched. While sueing Paul Kihara, theAttorney General, the woman through her lawyer claims that correctional services should provide rooms where couples can quench their thirst since it is their human right.
Police in Kisii exhumed the body of 76-year-old businessman who was secretly buried at night after court stopped burial. The officers attached to Kenyenya Police Station dug out the body of Mr Andrew Mogaka Ombogi at Mokubo area in Bomachoge Borabu Sub-County on Thursday. On Wednesday, Ogembo Court Senior Principal Magistrate, Paul Biwott stopped the burial service of Ombogi after one of his sweetheart Josphine Kwamboka Nyambane petitioned the court.
Marriage is a lifetime commitment between a husband and wife and also ordained by God. However, according to Citizen Tv news report on their tweeter account, a woman has gone to file a petition in court so as to be allowed to offer conjugal visits to the husband, Erustus Odhiambo who is serving 20 year sentence.
A woman has filed a petition in court seeking to be allowed to offer conjugal visits to her incarcerated husband. The woman, who is suing Attorney General Paul Kihara, argues that her husband, Erastus Odhiambo, currently serving a 20-year sentence for murder, should not be denied the right to intimacy and procreation simply because he is behind bars.
Pedestrians have been asked to be careful on the roads inorder to prevent themselves from the road Carnage.Speakingg at Ogembo town,Kisii county police commander Mr.Frsncis Kooli wondered why people walked on the road when they wre drunk.."Let our people maintain personal descipline in order to stay well in this world.
A woman in Nairobi has moved to court to sue the attorney general. The lady by the name Ogembo is seeking the law to allow convicts to get conjugal rights. The constitution maintains all the rights of a convicted person except the right to freedom. The court is supposed to give direction on this issue.
It's amazing how she's faithful, By the fact she has a husband behind bars and can procreate outside marriage without her husband's knowing a woman has moved to court seeking orders to allow her to Vist her husband in prison for Conjugal Rights. Erastus Odhiambo, Sentenced for murder is the man whose wife is taking the battle to court against the Attorney General kihara Kariuk arguing that the state is hindering her husband from enjoying rights he should be entitled to including Conjugal rights.
Eight Members of Parliament allied to the second in command deputy president William Ruto walked out of parliament on Tuesday morning. According to details, they were not comfortable with some of the invited guests by the committee on Justice and Legal Affairs committee. Among them is Kikuyu constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Kimani Ichungwa who walked out immediately after Garissa township Constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Aden Duale walked out.
Donald Fundi Saleri has today been sworn in as the new MCA for Mahoo ward, Taita Taveta County at the County Assembly of Taita Taveta. (Photo, Courtesy) Jubilee retained the Mahoo ward seat, after Donald Fundi emerged victorious in the December 16th by-election. Jubilee party's Donald Fundi won the Mahoo Ward seat in Taita Taveta after garnering 1,609 votes in by-election following a stiff competition from United Democratic Alliance (UDA) candidate Daniel Mutuku who came second with 1,358 votes.
Former Kenyan attorney general and minister for constitutional affairs Charles Njonjo died yesterday and was cremated as was his wish. Many Kenyan renown leaders and political elites paid tribute to one of the most influential figures in the governments of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta and Daniel arap moi. Some pointed out his falls while others maintained that he had a legacy that could be copied by future generations.
Former Attorney General Charles Njonjo who died on Sunday ( Photo Courtesy) The cremation of Kenya's first post- independence Attorney General Charles Njonjo is currently underway at the Kariokor Hindu Crematorium, Nairobi. The one-time powerful Cabinet Minister in the President Daniel Arap Moi Government, died at 101 years.
Members of Parliament allied to Deputy President William Ruto's UDA Party on Tuesday stormed out of a meeting convened by the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee (JLAC) over the controversial Political Parties Amendment Bill, 2021. According to a report by the Star, the MPs led by Garissa Township Aden Duale, Kikuyu's Kimani Ichung'wah and Kandara MP Alice Wahome led other MPs to leave the meeting on claims that there were presence of non-parliamentarians and other stake holders who have interests in the proposed changes in the coalition laws.
Alice Wahome, Kandara MP, stormed out of Parliament's Justice and Legal Affairs Committee on December 28, 2021. Alice Wahome, Kandara MP, stormed out of Parliament's Justice and Legal Affairs Committee on December 28, 2021. Eight Tangatanga-aligned legislators walked out of the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee meeting, claiming there were other stakeholders there—non-parliamentarians.
After walking out of the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee meeting in protest of the inclusion of non-parliamentary parties ahead of the elections, a record eight Members of Parliament allied to Deputy President William Ruto staged a drama at the parliament building. The leaders, led by Garissa Township Member of Parliament Aden Duale and his Kandara counterpart Alice Wahome, said their invitation to the meeting did not imply that non-parliamentarians would be included in the process.
The cops were charged and denied the accusations before Justice Daniel Ogembo at the Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi. They are suspected of murdering Benson Njiru, 22, and his brother, Emmanuel Mutua, 19, who were apprehended on August 1 and whose remains were discovered discarded in a mortuary on August 3.
Kandara MP Alice Wahome when she stormed out of the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee in Parliament on December 28, 2021. Eight UDA-aligned legislators walked out of the Justice and Legal Affairs Select committee claiming that there were other stakeholders present who were non-parliamentarians. They objected to the presence of the Registrar of Political Parties, the chairperson of the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal and other stakeholders in the Political Parties (Amendment) Bill 2021.
Following the suspension and postponement of coalition parties Bill last week to 29th December 2021. Shock was witnessed today in Parliament as the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) allied Members of Parliament walker out of the meeting prior to the debate scheduled for tomorrow. The major reason which was given by the said Members was that their were non-parliamentarians at the meeting.