Ms Conyando The family of Mr Ezra Ron Conyando is yet to come to terms with the death of od their kin who died at the Kibos Sugar factory water treatment plant. His widow has now opened up on his last days and his major concern about the job.
This is the heartbreaking story of one Kenyan family whose loved one was kidnapped on the way home from work in Kisumu County. On April 29, unknown gunmen abducted Mr Bernard Ochieng, a warden at Kibos Prison, on the Homa Bay-Rongo road. They then drove him to an unknown location.
Corazon Kwamboka was raised in Kibos, Kisumu County. She was born in 1993. She is the firstborn in her family and has seven siblings. She went to Luwak girls, in Siaya country where she passed her final exams with flying colours. She later joined Nairobi University where she studies Law.
On Wednesday, January 12, Richard Ochieng Orwa stepped out of the Kibos Maximum Security Prison gates in Kisumu dressed in a dark suit, white shirts, a striped black-and-white tie and black shoes. The former primary school headteacher had been in prison to pay for the crime of defilement.
The Emmanuel Kiprop, a middle-aged man who hails in Kibos, Trans Nzoia county left the locals in shock after killing his wife Elizabeth Nyongesa using a kitchen knife then taking his own life by drowning himself in a borehole nearby. The tragedy is said to have occurred after the duo started an argument that arose from the woman's intention to travel to Canada in search of a better living.
A month ago a man named as Caleb Otieno made headlines in all social media accounts for having died in a metal boiler at the Blue Nile Factory which is located in Thika, Kenya. His family was highly compensated by the factory for he died while on duty.
Kisumu Boys High School and other schools in Kisumu City will be relocated outside of the city center, according to Kisumu Governor Anyang Nyong'o. Prof. Nyong'o claims that despite being located on good land in the middle of the lakefront city, the schools contribute little or no economic benefit.
On May, 5,Kisumu Governor,Anyang' Nyong'I announced that Kisumu Boys High Scholl that is located within the centre of Kisumu town should be relocated to reserves. Kisumu Boys high school who's history backs to 20th century since the construction of Kenya-Uganda railway, will be relocated to 105 acres of land in Kibos area.
Kenya is headed for an acute sugar shortage in the near future if the current trend is anything to go by. In the last few days, the price of 2 kg packet of sugar has gone up by at least Kshs 30 while one kilogram has been increased between 10 and 15 shillings.
Kisumu Boys High School To Be Moved From Kisumu CBD, To Be Relocated To Kibos. The Kisumu county Governor Honourable Peter Anyang Nyongo has now revealed that the popular Kisumu boys high school will be relocated to Kibos on a 105 acre piece of land The school which sits in Kisumu City center is one of the institutions set to be affected.
Sugarcane is a coarse perennial grass belonging to sacharum family. It was introduced in Kenya in 1902 by an Australian farmer whereby commercial growing began in Miwani, Kibos and Ramisi. Main Growing Areas Nyanza: Muhoroni, Miwani, Chemilil. Coastal: Ramisi. Western: Mumias and Nzoia.
Many farmers amongst them the sugarcane farmers have incurred major loss in their activities. The major government companies producing sugar mostly located in the Western Kenya, have been facing different problems and drawbacks which have majorly affected the cane farmers in one way or the other. The companies amongst them the Mumias and Sony have more than once faced or found themselves in a difficult situation when farmers strike over payment issues, and even deciding to take their canes to private companies like Kibos, which tends to pay farmers within the agreed stipulated time.
The fact that Kisumu has continued to hit headlines with increasing cases of COVID-19 in not a surprise. Until recently, the residents of this lakeside city had not shown any resolve to fight this endemic. It was untill early June this year when the Dr Amoth raised an alarm that some resorted to follow the laid down health protocols.
Controversial ODM Lawyer, Gordon Opiyo, has put the Ministry of health on the spot for allegedly Misreporting covid-19 related deaths in Nyanza region. The delta variant whose origin is India, was first reported in Kibos area of Migori County. It's alleged that a section of Indians working at the Sugarcane factory must have brought in the virus.
Disability is not inability hear is the story of Daniel Odongo during an interview with Jalango he said that he was born blind with no eye sight. He attended Kibos primary school for the blind and proceed to Thika high school of blind and later he joined Kenyatta University to pursue degree in specialist education in aviation.
Kibos Sugar factory has angered Kenyans after photos showing how waste from the factory has been directly channelled to a river. The sugar company was established in the country by Sukwinder Singh who is also called “Raju Sign Patel” and he is the owner of the sugar company.
The court in 2011 slapped one Richard Orwa with 30 years term in prison after he was found guilty of defiling a pupil. Today Orwa happily walks of Kibos maximum prison after serving ten years jail term. He was received by his wife Akinyi who overwhelmed by Joyful tears ,as well other family happy members.
The Nubian community whose land was taken by the government for Railways pathways have found justice before the Lands and Environment Court in Kisumu. The Cour on Friday ruled that the rights of 3500 Nubian communities were violated and allowed the community through their lawyer Joshua Nyamori to file a compensation suit.
Pupils of Tania Integrated Centre and ole Polos primary school in Kajiado County had a reason to smile after they received sanitizers, facemasks and food items from Kibos Health International Foundation, a Canada based organization as part of efforts to contain covid-19. The pupils most of whom were in the street were rescued and housed in the centre.
Some parts of western Kenya will be expecting power shortages on 20th June following the interruptions of power supply as it has been made clear by Kenya Power. The power outage is suggested to start at around 8 am to around 4 pm as the Kenya power will be facilitating the completion of their task on the fixation of the new 220Kv Olaria Kisumu high voltage transmission line.