The accident scene with people around(source.C Patterson) Two people have lost their lives in a tragic accident at Mavia Meu area along Machakos-Wote road. The 1400 hours accident was confirmed by Makueni police commander Joseph Ole Napeiyan who said that the accident involved a lorry and a motorcycle.
Drama has been witnessed along kiambu road after a toyota a pickup that was transporting alchol overtuned and residents in celebration flocked the scene stealing the alcohol. According to sources the vehicle a toyota hilux pick up KCP O45p is alleged to have rolled several times along the busy and slippery roads Just some minutes past 11 am. One of the resident James Mbugua who was along the busy road said the vehicle was over speeding before it lost control hitting a barrier and rolled to the center of the
A young girl named Peris Jebet had scored very high marks in the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education.She managed to get 403 marks out of the possible 500 marks.Some may be wondering why give her such a big recognition yet she wasn't among the first ones??
Last weekend, every road in the country was leading to Naivasha. This was because the much-hyped World Rally Championships (WRC) were taking place in Naivasha. Almost everyone wanted to attend because the international event was being held in Kenya. The three-day event was thronged by hundreds of revelers.
As indicated by a report documented at Kyumbi Police station, a woman in particular Purity Mweni Kioko, 35yrs had been hijacked while on her approach to Mombasa. The woman had boarded an individual vehicle reg. No. KCP 360L Toyota Axio which had four other people, two men and two ladies at the Kyumbi stage. The four passengers up being burglars and altered their course to Nairobi. The burglars denied her of all the cash she had while undermining her with blades. They even called a portion of her family members
Pipeline company has been dealt a blow following a court of appeal ruling that decline to suspend an order seeking to pay 4.6 billion shillings to zakhem international company. In the ruling at Milimani law courts the three-judge bench led by Justice Roselyn nambuye ruled that kpc's application asking the court to suspend the commercial court order will have to wait for the main appeals outcome. In June this year the commercial court order the state corporation to pay zakhim a Lebanese frime the amount for delay