Photo:Courtesy Detectives have launched investigations into the murder of a 25-year-old woman who was allegedly killed by her husband. Reports indicates that the woman's body was dumped at her parents home on Saturday after she was killed in cold blood. It is believed that teo couples engaged in a bitter exchange of words over utilisation of a loan they had borrowed that culminated to a tragic ending.
Residents of Kiplesan village in Kipreres ward of Bomet County have today morning successfully killed a notorious stray crocodile.The crocodile has been a security threat to the lives of the residents especially young children and even livestock.The crocodile which has been living in Kiplesan River has severally strayed out of the waters to roam at the river banks, hunting and killing several livestock for food.
A 32-year-old man in Kipreres village, Bomet County, has attempted to take away his life after killing his wife over a loan issue. According to police reports, the man identified as James Wafula (not the real name), is said reported to have stabbed his 25-year-old woman to death following a domestic brawl, over a loan he had borrowed last weekend from the bank.
A woman was found murdered in an incident that shocked the villagers of Bomet County. According to Kipreres Sub-Location Assistant Chief Robert Katam, the body of the 28-year-old woman from Sugumerka village was discovered on Friday night a few meters from her parents' home. "We believe the woman was attacked and murdered somewhere else, and her body was later dumped near her parents' home," Mr Katam said.
The culvert after it was completed /photo courtesy Just days after being launched , Bomet culverts were today washed away by raging rain water , the county government is now receiving criticism from members of the public for doing substandard construction that couldn't last a week .
Residents of Kipreres in Boment County have been left in shock by the incident where by a man murdered his own wife before trying to take his own life. According to reliable reports, the 32 years old man who has been identified as Nickson Sang was ugitated by his 25 years old wife and fought over a loan.
Residents from Kipreres ward in Bomet On Tuesday killed a Crocodile spotted in Kiplesan River before burying it in a pit they dug besides the river.The crocodile was first spotted on Monday and since then the residents have been living in fear of being attacked by the animal.
Drama was witnessed at Kipreres after a police officer went rogue and tore BBI Signatures at a collecting point in one of the areas How an OB Statement has emerged with full details in regards to the dramatic event that left the officer locked in with people raising more questions than answers. OB Statement Bomet County, Bomet East Sub County, Longisa Police Station. Subject: Arrest of a Police officer. Ref O.B 10/2/12/2020 at around 1437hrs. It was reported by one Robert Katam the assistant chief of Kipreres
A 32-year-elderly person in Kipreres region, Bomet Province, killed his significant other by cutting her throat and later took poison trying to end his own life following a homegrown squabble. Region Boss Robert Kataam said the body of the expired was discovered a few meters from their estate, insinuating that the 25-year-old might have been killed somewhere else and the body moved.
The Building Bridges Initiative report bill is having lots of controversies since its launch. Some of the political godfathers like Deputy President William Ruto are undecided on whether to support the constitutional reform or not support it, while some residents in different areas have chased away the agents who are collecting signatures and the latest drama is of a police officer who tore the signature book and threw it into a river. According to K24 news reports, a police officer stationed in Bomet county
A police officer identified as Peter Langat was arrested on Wednesday 2 December for allegedly tearing a BBI signature booklet into pieces and threw them into the river. In the report as indicated by the Kipreres Sub location assistant chief Robert Katam, the said police officer requested the BBI signature booklet with an intention of appending signature. The officer then teared the booklet with serial number 0685180 and 0685183 and threw them into the river. The person who reported the incident to the police