Three robbery suspects were on Sunday morning lynched by bodaboda riders for robbing 52-year-old woman Kshs350000 along Kangundo road, Nairobi County. Police reports indicates that the gangsters had accosted the woman who was coming from Nairobi town aboard a saloon car before they flagged her down. In a nick of time, the three handcuffed the woman into their waiting gateway car before one of them forced themselves in and grabbed the woman’s handbag containing Kshs 350,000.
Motorists are always encouraged to be extra careful on the Kenyan highways to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on our roads on a daily basis. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. The traffic police are left not knowing what to do by the number of accidents that are always on our roads.
Recently an Uber driver complained after three ladies he went to pick in a social joint misbehaved and pelted his car with stones, prompting uproar from Kenyans for their arrest. Photo: Illustration / Courtesy Another driver has come out to say that a man requested him to pick a lady at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to Nairobi West.
Kam and Makata, the two dominant matatus Saccos in Tala, are up in arms against the entry of Naekana Sacco in the highly lucrative route, claiming the latter is out to drive them out of business. Dozens of commuters traveling to Nairobi from Tala and Kangundo were stranded for the third day on Wednesday, following tensions triggered by local Matatu Saccos opposed to the entry of a rival company in the route.
Motorists are always warned about driving carelessly on the highways to avoid any unnecessary accidents. These accidents have been the death of many but they could have been avoided if only the right precautions were taken. Picture courtesy This morning on Kangundo road, a car that was trying to overtake carelessly ended up with its tyres facing upwards.
Motorists are always urged to ensure that they are careful on the Kenyan roads to avoid any unnecessary accidents. These accidents are totally avoidable if all the rules are followed on the road to mitigate the number of occurrences. Picture courtesy Earlier today, an over-speeding Probox was involved in a fatal road accident on Kangundo Road in Nairobi County.
In most cases, people are Hijacked and most valuable things stolen. However, one incident happened in a very different way. A car under the Forward Sacco was Hijacked along Kangundo Road some time back. In the incident, the driver was instructed to drive in various streets in Nairobi for five hours so as they can buy time.
Corrupt traffic cops have found new ways to extort money from public transportation vehicle drivers and conductors on major highways. Two traffic cops are seen flagging down matatus in a video captured by a concerned Kenyan along Kangundo Road, following which some civilians (a young guy and a lady) rush to receive bribes from either the driver or the conductor.
Due to poor roads, commuting through the the capital has always been a challenge in the recent past.Because of this, traffic congestion easily buildings up in the city causing massive time wasting, unnecessary accidents and loss of revenue during the traffic jams.In an effort to upgrade major roads in Nairobi and eliminate these challenges, the national government through the Nairobi Metropolitan service constructed an asphalt plant along Kangundo road that is being used in production of Asphalt concrete for repairing and and tamarking of roads in the various parts of the city.
Motorists are advised to be extra careful during rush hour to avoid any unnecessary accidents. There have been several accidents witnessed this morning because of the rush for people to get to their various points of employment. Picture courtesy There has been a terrible accident on Kangundo Road this morning.
Screenshots from video of which police have employed youth to collect bribe for them. A video making rounds on social media, shows of two female traffic police officers with their male counterparts, stopping vehicles on busy Kangundo road in Kiambu county. The police officers, who have been on spot for receiving bribes, which has seen a number of them being busted by the officers from the Ethics and Anti Corruption commission, have this time devices new ways of collecting the bribe.
A brand new matatu belonging to City shuttle and with registration number KDD 124 G was today involved in an accident in Njiru, along Kangundo Road in Nairobi. The accident happened at around 11.30 AM after the said matatu collided with an oncoming one. The driver was avoiding to hit a bus in front of him and as he tried to move to the right collided with another matatu.
An excited Omosh said the house is a dream come true and thanked everyone who helped construct it. Comedy actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh is finally set to move his newly constructed house which was donated by wellwishers after his cry for help. Omosh rubbished the claims saying the house is a gift that he ought to treasure.
"Were they implementing Court orders?" A stressed citizen inquired. Photo All these lands were leased from reputed private entities. Some of them included the National Bank and the Equity Bank respectively. Umoja residents purchased land from private firms after materialization of the fact that they were legally and constitutionally owned by these entities.
Three traffic cops caught seeking bribes from matatu operators on Kangundo Road have been identified and disciplinary action is underway to be taken by the National Police's Internal Affairs Unit. In a now-viral video recently aired on TV, the officers are seen conspiring with two members of the public to accept bribes.
Photo/Courtesy The entire country was left worried after Omosh's plight was highlighted with most people wondering where it all went wrong. According to report, his problems started after the outbreak of Covid 19. Actor Kinuthia who recently pleaded for help for the second time after Kenyans had just raised money for him.
Former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia aka Omosh is all set to move into his new home. This was confirmed by Sung Timber CEO Kathy Andrews who was behind the construction of the three-bedroom house located in Malaa, off Kangundo Road. Kathy did not disclose the exact amount of money she spent on developing the property but revealed to us that the piece of land was donated by a well-wisher and she went ahead to construct a house for the troubled comedian.
Joseph kinuthia who is a former Tahidi high actor popularly known as Omosh has not yet moved into his new house .The house which was promised to him by Sung Timber and Products Suppliers is located in Malaa, Kangundo Road .Sources reveal that it is because the house is all but complete.
It was a sad morning for the Kangundo residents as the uncertain happened to them leaving some of them hopeless. Demolitiotions have locked Kangunfo road causing a moment of tension and uncertainty. It is however not clear why the demolitions have been conducted early this morning. "Demolitions along Kangundo road.
Three traffic police officers face disciplinary action after being caught on video soliciting bribes
The Internal Affairs Unit of the National Police Service has distinguished and founded disciplinary activities against three policemen discovered requesting pay-offs from matatu administrators on Kangundo Road. The traffic cops stop the matatus utilizing the Kangundo Road course, and afterward the two individuals from people in general – a man and a lady – are entrusted with moving toward the administrators and taking the folded notes for the cops.