The following are the most trending news today; 1. Nakuru Town Made A City. His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta was today accompanied by other political leaders to officially transit Nakuru town to a city.The urban centre is now expected to experience more with regard to economic growth as well as more population.Kenyans have also raised their views towards this transformation.
Another police officer ranked constable has turned to be a killer cop after he turned against his colleague shooting and killing him at Miteta camp in Laikipia. The administration police named constable Robert Longare committed the crime and he escaped with a G3 riffle with is full loaded magazine, a police full uniform (jangle).
News of the family of deceased policewoman Caroline Kangogo handing over her two children to her estranged husband hit the headlines a few days ago. Mzee Barnabas and Selinah Korir handed over to their son-in-law Richard Ng’eno their grandson aged 11 and his 7-year-old sister. The two kids had been living with their grannies in Nyawa village, Elgeyo Marakwet County.
The owner of a Kitale town hospitality establishment, who was accused of shooting a woman he mistook for a runaway police officer, has died. Ken Muyundo was accused of attempting to murder someone. On Tuesday afternoon, he was discovered dead at his house in Kiminini, Trans Nzoia county.
58-year-old Kitale man of affairs who moon-faced tried murder charges for shooting a lady he mistook for fugitive cop Kangongo has died. Kennedy Muyundo's mother and 2 staff found him dead in his room once he didn't awaken by afternoon. The officers who removed the body found some medication in his room.
Police are investigating an incident where one man who was accused of killing a woman whom he thought was the fugitive corporal Kangogo. The man who was identifies as Ken Muyundo was found dead in his home. Photo: Courtesy Mr Ken who was facing murder charges was found dead inside his house in Kiminini home, Trans Nzoia County.
Kenya as a country has faced a number of challenges .They seemingly range from psychological, mental and political problems.Recently a surge of murders have emerged.Here are some of the famous killers whose names have been on our lips more than once. 1.Killer cop Caroline Kangogo. Caroline Kangogo was a female police officer who went rogue and started killing her victims.For her first murder ,she shot police constable John Ogweno then later killed security consultant Peter Ndwiga in a hotel.When it was discovered that Caroline had been killing victims, a chase begun for her to be placed in police custody ,but she was crafty and kept escaping.
Picture Courtesy : The late police officer Caroline Kangogo and Kitale tycoon Kennedy Muyundo. Few months ago, killer cop Caroline Kangogo murdered a colleague at Kasarani Police line in Nakuru John Ogweno before she killed another man Peter Ndwiga in Kimbo, Kiambu County. Few days later, she shot herself dead at her parents home in Nyawa village Elgeyo Marakwet.
(photos courtesy/late Jepchumba) A detective who probed the killing of former Rift Valley Institute lecturer Irene Jepchumba has no evidence to directly link Godfrey Kangogo to the alleged murder. Pamela Rono, an investigator with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), told Justice Joel Ngugi that he could only place the accused at the scene of the murder.
It is good remember people especially those who served the nation and the its entire citizens despite their character traits whether good or bad. The late Caroline Kangogo was a Kenyan police officer who met her death after several scandals which she was reported to have involved in. Back to the title, the late police officer had two children a son who is11 years old and a daughter who is 7 years old.
Atleast 20 police officers have killed themselves or murdered by their colleagues in 2021 only. The murder of police constable John Ogweno, 28, by his sweetheart Carolyne Kangogo, 34 in July reminds Kenyans of how deadly mental problems are affecting armed police cops. Corporal Kangogo was reported to have shot dead Peter Ndwiga in Kiambu while she was hiding from police justice.
Masten Wanjala the self proclaimed blood thirsty maniac attracted headlines across the world with his escape leaving kenyans shocked,Masten who was just 20 years old used elite tactics to escape dragnets of police officers that were set to arrest him,such tactics were once used by fugitive detective officer who was found dead at their home,unlike Kangogo the serial killer didn't have any mooney with him but managed to run away from police officers for 72 hours before he was found with an irate mob that lynched him while he was trying to run.
In Summary. - The man who reportedly shot woman he mistook for Kangogo dies - The Mother to the deceased cites depression as the genesis of all the tribunal. News grabbing headlines is that the man who shot woman he mistook for Kangogo has died. The Kitale based Trader Who shot woman he mistook for Kangogo, a fugitive cop who turned to a serial Killer a couple of months ago was reportedly found dead.
Caroline Kangogo's two children have been given back to her estranged spouse in Kericho county by her family. A boy aged 11 and a girl aged 7 who had been living with Mzee Barnabas and Selinah Korir in Nyawa village, Elgeyo Marakwet county, were turned over to their son-in-law Richard Ng'eno.
More than 100 unclaimed motorbikes that were seized two years ago in Nairobi will be sold once the county legal process is completed. The 193 motorbikes have been lying in the Dagoretti and Ngong Road county custody for two years after their owners refused to come forward with lawful documents, logbooks and receipts, to release them.
The murder case of the late Rift Valley Institute lecturer Irene Jepchumba against her lover Godfrey Kangogo has taken a major twist as the investigating detective revealed some crucial details that could set Kangogo free. According to the Standard digital news reports, Pamela Rono, an investigator with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) told the prosecutor in the case that Godfrey Kangogo, the accused, is innocent of all the charges he was facing.
The trial of Kangogo, a suspect in the murder of the late Irene Jepchumba, a lecturer at Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology in Nakuru was so heartbreaking during testimony giving. The late Irene Jepchumba (Photo Courtesy: Twitter) The mother of the deceased was the recent person to give her testimony against the suspect as she recalled the last moments she had with the slain daughter.
Kennedy Muyundo, a 58-year-old famous businessman from Kitale in Trans Nzoia County, made news a few months ago when he shot a young lady he mistook for the sought fugitive killer cop, the late Caroline Kangogo. The 58-year-old man was discovered dead in his house as his workers attempted to wake him up for their daily routine tasks, according to Daily Nation news sources.
There is nothing painful more than a mother losing a child having labourered too much to bring her fruit of the womb up. The mother to the slain rift valley institute of science and technology (RVIST) lecturer Irene Jepchumba broke down in court on Thursday while narrating the last moments with her daughter.
Parents of the late corporal Caroline Kagongo, Barnabas Korir and mother Selinah Korir have handed over the children to their father Richard Ng'eno. According to Kahawatungu news,the late parents came to an agreement and opted to place the late Kagongo's children to their father who had travelled to Kericho county.The two children had been living under the custody of their grandparents since their mother's death in Nyawa village in Elgeyo Marakwet county.