Good News For Bungoma Residents as Lusaka Finally Opens Bag of Benefits, Clear Air Over Scholarships
It is going to be a happy year for Bungoma County residents after the county boss Ken Makelo Lusaka revealed the plans he has set for them. Bungoma people were growing impatient with Lusaka after they elected him in the last general election, with some saying the Ford Kenya governor had not initiated any project since he resumed office from former governor Wycliffe Wangamati.
Governor Kenneth Lusaka Launches the Bukusu Cultural Center in Kamukuywa Village, Bungoma County
Bungoma County Governor Kenneth Makelo Lusaka today was in attendance of the official launch of the Bukusu Cultural Center in Kamukuywa village. "Attended the official launch of the Bukusu Cultural Center in Kamukuywa village", stated Governor Kenneth Lusaka. Governor Kenneth Makelo Lusaka said that the Cultural intends to teach the community about a culture through the use of events, festivals and workshops.
Didmus Barasa Boasts of Stellar Performance After Erecting 30 Storied Buildings in Schools
Kimilili member of parliament Didmus Barasa is arguably one of the most efficient and workaholic legislators in the 12th parliament if his developmental milestones are anything to go by. Today the MP who is seeking mandate for a second term has just disclosed his remarkable achievement in developing infrastructure in his jurisdiction ranging from modern markets, schools among others.
What Was Spotted at Kamukuywa Market, Bungoma as President-elect Ruto Was Addressing Residents
President-elect, William Ruto was today available in Bungoma county. Where he firstly attended a church mass at King Cathedral, before storming Bungoma town and Kamukuywa market for a series of rallies that turned heroic as hundreds of residents turned out in large numbers to glamour Where President-elect, William Ruto continued to thank residents for massively supporting his presidential quest.
Village Drama As A Family Is Forced To Exhume The Body They Buried While Thinking It Was Their Kin
In Kamukuywa village,Bungoma County, there was confusion as a man who was reportedly dead and was buried reappeared. It turned out the man's family had interred the wrong body. The man, Wanjala, was believed to have been killed and his corpse severely disfigured.
Bungoma Residents in Shock after a 'Buried' Man Returns to the Village
Chaos erupted in Kamukuywa village in Kimilili Constituency in Bungoma County after a man believed to be dead turned up and was buried. It turned out that the man's family buried someone else's body. The man, Vanjara, is believed to have been killed and his body mutilated beyond recognition.
Dramatic Scene As 'Dead Man' Returns Home A Year After His 'Burial', Says He Had Travelled Abroad
Residents of Kamukuywa village, Kimilili constituency, Bungoma County, are still in shock after a man they presumed dead and buried a year ago returned home. The family of Wanjala had conducted his burial after he went missing for two years. Reports indicate that Wanjala regularly travelled outside the country for work for a period of two months, but in 2019, he left, and did not return.
Night Shocker: Confusion As A Man who Was 'Buried' Returns Home.
A guy who had been presumed dead resurfaced, causing chaos in Kamukuywa village, Kimilili constituency, Bungoma County. As it turned out, the man's family had buried the wrong body. Wanjala, the man, was presumed dead, and his body had been disfigured beyond recognition.
Confusion As School Principal Believed To Be Dead And Buried Shows Up In This County
A man by the name Wanjala has brought confusion in Kamukuywa area in Bungoma county after he appeared physically to his people. Wanjala who is said to be a principal of a certain school some years back but was murdered and his corpse buried has now caused confusion in the area since it is believed he was buried and now his remains are beyond recognition.
Bungoma Man Walks Home 1 Year after Kins 'Buried' Him
Photo/ courtesy. The sleepy village of Kamukuywa in Kimilili constituency, Bungoma County was awakened by news of one of its duellers who had ‘died and buried’ several days ago waking back, alive. It turned out that Wanjala’s family had buried the body of someone else, mistaking it to that of their kin, whom they thought had been killed and his body badly disfigured beyond recognition.
A Man Who Died And Was Buried Last Year Returns Home in Bungoma, Amazing Residents
The family of Isaac Wanjala has shocked residents of Kamukuywa location in Kimilili constituency, Bungoma County after a man thought to be dead and buried in December the year 2021 emerged out of the blue. The family thought Wanjala had been killed and his body mutilated beyond recognition, a matter that led to his burial.
RIP: Killer Alcoholic Brew Leaves Five Dead And Twelve Hospitalised
Alcoholic drinks are among the drugs that are abused in Kenya. Uncontrolled consumption of alcohol is not only harmful to a person’s health but also leaves the society in pain in cases of extreme effects. Today, five people were reported dead after taking an alcoholic brew that was allegedly prepared locally.
(Photos) Body of a manager exhumed after two years in a case of mistaken identity
Body of a manager exhumed after two years in a case of mistaken identity in Bungoma County. Family and residents in Kamukuywa village in Kimilili, Bungoma County were forced to exhume and return to the mortuary a body they had buried after confusion in identification. The villagers were today left in shock by the sudden return of their kin who was believed to have died and buried in 2021.
Kenyans React After Bonny Khalwale Campaigned for UDA Candidate in Bungoma
Kenyans react after Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale accompanied Hon Mwambu while presenting papers as Bungoma Senatorial candidate. He will be vying on a UDA party ticket. Through his Facebook page he wrote "Hon Mwambu presented his nomination papers for election as Senator of Bungoma County. With Hon Wanyama, accompanied him at the colourful ceremony after which we addressed mammoth rallies at Buspark, Kanduyi, Webuye, Misikhu, Naitiri, Kamukuywa, Kimilili & Chwele.
Confusion as a "Dead" Man Shows Up Years After Being Burried
A very shocking incident has been reported from Kamukuywa village, Kimilili constituency in Bungoma County where a man who was allegedly buried back in 2020 showed up. Photo courtesy, image used for evidence purpose only. According to the report, Mr Wanjala was thought to have been killed back in 2020 after he went missing.
'Hakufika Nyumbani' A Man Who Survived After Taking Illicit Brew Has Died After Drinking It Again
Incidents where people have lost their lives after consuming illicit brew have been on the rise in the country in the past few months even as the government cracks down on the people manufacturing these drink Two days ago, five people lost their lives after taking illicit brew in Kamukuywa Area and ten others were rushed to the hospital where they received treatment and discharged following the incident that shocked residents of the otherwise quiet neighborhood.
Wanjala Silenced Bungoma Residence After He Resurrected From 'Dead' As He Returns Home
Residence in Kamukuywa village, Kimilili constituency, Bungoma County, were shocked after a man thought to be dead and buried made an appearance at his homestead. The man by the name Wanjala Silenced his neighbours, friends and family members without words to say but only wondering after he returns home one year since it was thought to have been killed and his body mutilated beyond recognition.
Here's Kamukuywa Primary school build by Mp Barasa
IN SUMMARY. - Kimilili Mp Didmas Barasa shares his development project in his constituency. - He has building 18 classrooms, a staff room and administrative offices. - The project is on its final touches according to his report. The Kimilili Member of Parliament Hon Didmas Barasa is by no doubt the best legislator in the country going by his development track record.
Four dead while 10 others get hospitalised after consuming illicit liquor (video)
Four people have been reported dead while ten others taken to hospital after they took the prohibited and un licensed liquor. The even happened at Kamukuywa village which is found in Kimilili subcounty in Bungoma county, the western region of Kenya. People have always been warned about taking in the prohibited locally made brew with the government doubting the safety of the brew.
Illicit Brew Causes Multiple Death And Suffering In Bungoma County
(Photo: Courtesy) The government officials were not mad when they banned the business of selling illicit brews in Kenya. The residents of Kamukuywa village in Kimilil faced catastrophic incidents due to intake of the illicit brew. This is after four people were pronounced dead and ten others were hospitalized due to consumption of the illegal drug.