Former Kakamega County Senator Boniface Khalwale is lately on the spot after his recent post on social media greatly sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans. Apparently, the aspiring Kakamega County Governor shared a picture of himself holding hands of three school children as they all crossed a Highway in Kakamega.
Five suspected gangsters gunned down by Special Service Unit (SSU) officers in Makhokho area along the Kakamega-Kisumu Road. Flying squad gun down five thugs.Kakamega Kisumu Highway.Just after Shikondi Primary school.Terrible scenes.recover 2 pistols and police uniforms. According to a police report seen by Citizen Digital , the thugs wore helmets, hence,their faces could not be identified even from the CCTV footage.They escaped on a standby motorbike to an unknown destination.
Khalwale helping school kids cross road. Vote hunting season is here and this is the time aspirants, fresh and old in the game do all manner of things to endear themselves to the masses. They behave in ridiculous way, hurl all manner of insults against their rivals.
As one of the main tourist attraction site for the Kakamega County, the crying stone popularly known as 'Ikhongo Murwa' for years now has depleted its 'tear glands' reserves. The giant stone lies in Ilesi centre, on the Kakamega-Kisumu Highway, and is preciously valued by the Isukha community who use it for prayers, cleansing and other rituals. Despite being a key tourist attraction for both local and foreign visitors, the rock towering at over 20 metres high, is slowly losing its treasure: the rare feature
One thing that you can never take from Kenyans is their freedom of expression, irregardless of the circumstances Kenyans will always converge and give their positive or negative comments about a particular scenario or an event without giving it an after thought of how things might turn out. Today former Kakamega senator Bony Khalwale was at the end of things, the vibrant politician faced the wrath of Kenyans on social media after posting a photo of himself assisting two teen-age girls to cross a busy Kakamega Kisumu highway.