The pain of losing your only son is something any mother would never wish to go through. This can be attributed to two mothers who lost their sons tragically and unexpectedly. "Young, promising, loving, and energetic. "These are just some of the adjectives that were used to describe these two pairs of brothers who lost their lives in mysterious circumstances in just a span of two weeks in the month of August 2021.
Following the debacle that followed the death of the Kianjokoma brothers allegedly in the hands of the police, outraged residents protested for days on end, forcing the National Police Service to transfer some of the police officers while others were interdicted. The new officers who took their place arrived at a time when emotions were still raw and tempers were heated.
"Enough Is Enough" Rais Uhuru Dealt A Blow After Mp Rîgathi Gachagua Called On Him To Suspend Curfew
President Uhuru Kenyatta has once again suffered another big blow following the latest bold and emotional remarks by Mathira Mp, Rîgathi Gachagua.Picture for illustrative purpose. Gachagua claimed; "Police brutality and extra-judicial killing has gone overboard. Coming on the heels of the killings in Kianjokoma over curfew rules, police in Gatung'ang'a Police Post in Ruguru Ward have opened fire on a young man and left him for dead for daring the police to stop harassing his father.
It is a new beginning for the residents of Kianjokoma after the government opened up a new police station in the once generally secret town in Embu area. The town was moved to headlines after two brothers were allegedly killed by cops after they were captured for violating the curfew rules.
Photos: New Kianjokoma Police Officers Gifted With New Chairs as They Celebrated a Church Service With Residents
Kianjokoma new OCS Isaack Mugoya with his deputy Elisha Mwaniki today, Sunday attended a Sunday service ACK Trinity Church, Kianjokoma. In a rare show residents of Kianjokoma congregated at a church service to welcome the new police officers posted to the local station. The service created a rapport with the community Following the death of the two brothers.
Speeches and political rhetorics of Speaker Justin Muturi of the National Assembly in recent days, have indicated that he may be preparing to move to the political camp of Deputy President William Ruto. Since announcing his candidacy for the presidency in July, Mr Muturi has been complaining about "harassment by top personalities in government", similar statements made by Dr Ruto's supporters.
The Kianjokoma murder case seem to be taking a different turn and twists given the trajectory. Already the prosecution officer Ibrahim Shunu is looking forward to ensure the officers are not released from police custody though they are also fighting hard to ensure they are released for they believe they were innocent.
Just a month after the Embu brothers murder in Kianjokoma,police are reportedly said to have murdered another young man in the streets of Nairobi today. The man identified as Rabin Aboki is said to have been killed by police for just riding a motorbike to Nairobi Central Business District (CBD).
Children are blessing from God to parents and always bring happiness to the family they are born into. It has been over a month since the Kianjokoma brothers Benson Njiru and Emmanuel Mutura died at the hands of police officers. However, according to Tuko news on their tweeter account, their mother Catherine Wawira is still mourning,speaking to Tv47 she said on the verge of breaking,
Sadness engulfed residents of Kianjokoma during the burial of 40 year old Jimmy Muchangi who is reported to have succumbed to the injuries he allegedly sustained after being beaten by police officers. Photo:Courtesy In an interview that was carried by NTV reporters, the deceased revealed that he was heading to work before he got himself in the middle of the protesters who were arrested during the demonstrations of the two Kianjokoma brothers, Benson and Mutura who were found dead after being arrested by police officers.
It is becoming hard for the police officer to being in good terms with the citizens. Much effort has been put in place,to ensure that their relationship has been enhance but things has not changed. The Kianjokoma incident that saw the police officer involvement with the public left three deaths, among them being young and innocent souls.
Matungulu MP Stephen Mule speaking at the event(source.facebook) Leaders who attended Senator Agnes Kavindu's brothers burial have called for the arrest of officer involved in the death of one man from Tala. Makueni county senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior called upon Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai to ensure justice is served to the family of the man.
On the date of 26th September, the residents of Kianjokoma gathered at the church to pray for the news police administration posted in the area to replace the suspended six. The region was in the spotlight recently over the death of Benson Njiru, 22, and his brother Emmanuel, 19.
The Director of Public Prosecutions has declined to free the six security officers charged with the killing of two Kianjokoma brothers in Embu County. The DPP argued that the six police officers will be a threat to victims if freed on bail and alter with witnesses who subjected them in the killing of Benson Njiru Ndwiga and Emmanuel Mutura Ndwiga.
The pain of mother losing her child is one of the most painful thing. Considering that women based on psychology are people who value their very thier friendship with people who are very close to them. Majorly you will hear a woman talking about himself saying 'my husband', 'my son', my brother '.
Kianjokoma people had a new beginning after the government opened a new police station in the once-unknown village in Embu county. The town made headlines after two brothers were allegedly slain by police officials after being apprehended for violating curfew laws. The new police station was inaugurated on September 26 by Embu North Sub County Police Commander Abdullahi Adan, clergy, and Kianjokoma citizens.
Four of the six police officers charged with murdering two Embu brothers have contracted Covid-19 while in custody. As a result, Corporal Benson Mbuthia Mabuuri and police constables Martin Musamali Wanyama, Nicholas Sang Cheruiyot and James Mwaniki Njohu did not attend court for the hearing of their bail application on Wednesday.
Things happening in this country even those who don't believe in God will agree with me that there is something seriously wrong. There is some devine cover missing. The devil seems to be on rampage. A man by the name James Muchangi, who was arrested during protests after the killing of Kianjokoma brothers, has died.
The town was pushed to features after two siblings were supposedly killed by cops after they were captured for contradiction of the time limitation rules. The new police headquarters was opened on Sunday, September 26, by Embu North Sub County Police Commander, Abdullahi Adan, the church and a segment of Kianjokoma occupants.
It has been a little over a month since Benson Njiru, 22, and Emmanuel Mutura, 19, died at the hands of police officers in Kianjokoma, Embu. The deaths of these two brothers caused an uproar but back home, their mother Catherine Wawira's soul was ripped apart and she struggles to come to terms with her pain and unfathomable loss.