Road carnages have become rampant over the past few years. These accidents have often been caused by drink driving, reckless driving, overspeeding as well as poor state of the roads. This has regularly led to fatal injuries and deaths in extreme circumstances. Four people were killed on the spot on Monday morning after they were run over by a vehicle at Kap David near Chepseon, Kericho County.
Kenya Defense Forces officers have been deployed in Kericho to intensify search for persons still missing following a collapse of a building in the town on Tuesday evening. Tebs View Court sunk on Tuesday at around 8 PM sending the town into panic mode. The four-storey building housed more than 100 people and some house occupants are still missing. A six year old child has since been confirmed dead after her body was retrieved from the debris. Other people were rescued from the building and are currently un
Five people died on the spot on Friday after a lorry and a saloon car collided along the Londiani-Muhoroni highway. The grisly accident occurred at Jambo Kenya area in Kipkelion East Constituency, Kericho County. The victims, who were in the saloon car, were travelling to Kisumu for a funeral.
Following the onset of healthcare servants across the country, medical services in public hospitals have been suspended. Doctors as well as other healthcare frontiers are demanding for their payment for a good number of months now. The Ministry of Health is yet to settle their dues. Since the disruption of medical services in public hospitals, private hospitals in Kericho County now battle congestion problems while addressing the dreaded coronavirus disease. Patients across the South Rift County have opted to
Social media is awash with news regardinf the discharge of a recovered Covid- 19 patient in Kericho County. Taking to social media the area governor Prof. Paul Kiprono Chepkwony made an update regarding the discharge of a fully recovered patient from the county. He further disclosed that the patient had been undergoing treatment at Kericho County Referral Hospital. “My statement today following the discharge from the Kericho County Referral Hospital hospital of a COVID-19 patient after achieving full rec
A crime scene. Photo/courtesy. Two blood brothers yesterday night fought resulting in death of one of them at Saptet village,Chepchabas location, Konoin Sub county in Bomet county. According to area Assistant Chief Mr Richard Rono,the two brothers namely Jacob Siele and Geoffry Siele aged 34 years and 36 years respectively,they engaged themselves on a physical fight over her late mother's bank account after Geoffrey Siele's wife was appointed by the family to be the trustee of the bank account that was held