Photo courtesy of Kameme Forty days for the crafty thief and one day for the owner so goes the old adage. This was the case earlier today in Kandundu village within Murang'a County when a youthful male believed to be in his early twenties was nabbed trying to gain access to a compound with the sole intention of taking away belongings.
It is always a sad moment whenever a friend or relative passes on.People usually gathers together to express their consoles and also encourage the family of the deceased. However It was an sorrowful occasion held at Kandundu area today during the final send off of a mother and son.The wife and son to the former MCA Charles Muchigo succumbed few weeks ago within a span of one day.Indeed people expressed emotional tributes towards the deceased as they send messages of condolences to the family of the former MCA.Various political leaders were also present during this event as some send their condolences to the family even in absentia.
In the last two years, there have been cases of pythons being seen by villagers near Murang'a town. Last year, one young python was reported by Murang'a Kenya Medical Training college students when they saw it inside a drainage. This year in june, another one was found by villagers of Kandundu, an estate that neibours Murang'a town. When they wanted to kill it, one Eston Kimani decided to save it from the angry crowd. He caught it and took it to the Kenya Wildlife Service office. He became so famous and this
Photo|Courtesy Residents of Kandundu in Muranga County have been left in utter shock and disbelief after a train caught fire. According to reports by Nation Africa News, the residents recount seeing smoke coming from one of the train's halted wagons. Captain Anthony Mwangi who is the executive director of firefighting services for the Murang'a County government confirmed the bizarre incident.
An empty train catches fire on Nairobi- Nyanyuki route where residents living close to a place where that incident happened narrated that they were preparing to go to church after which they saw a train from far emitting smoke. When they went close to it, they realized that the train had caught fire.
Botfly infestation, a neglected tropical disease, was first highlighted by Citizen TV on May 19, 2018. By then, the disease was ravaging Kandundu town in Murang'a County. The reports of Botfly infestations were then picked up by print and digital media under the banner of "mysterious worm infestations" and "mysterious maggot infestations" with gory images of pain and suffering, highlighting the urgency and speed needed to deal with this neglected tropical disease. Despite these initial Botfly infestation highlights