Deputy President William Ruto motorcade was forced to speed up after irate residents haltered their campaigns as details emerge on what was damaged. Ruto was in Bumala wooing voters and other political leaders to support his hustler movement. He continued his rally after he visited Kakamega on Friday, 22 October.
Several vehicles were damaged on Saturday as enraged youths protest Deputy President William Ruto's tour in Busia Town. The youths, who were singing pro-ODM slogans, blocked DP’s entourage at Korinda area on the Busia-Kakamega highway. Motorists, who were using the route, were recruited in the Chaos leaving several vehicles damaged after being pelted with stones.
Japheth Onchiri, Busia prisons in charge Prison wardens and police officers in Busia town have launched manhunt for a prisoner who escaped from Korinda prison in Busia town Friday morning. The prison’s superintendent Japheth Onchiri has told journalists that the prisoner, Shadrack Onyapidi aged 25years from Amukura in Teso south sub county Busia county, escaped from the prison by scaling the prison wall at 3am on Friday. The in charge however did not give further details on how the prisoner managed to get
Ruto was in Busia county today. The reception was pleasure g as huge number of people welcomed him. Minutes after he helt Bumala news spread alleged that his convoy was attacked along the way towards Busia town. At Korinda Junction, he was stopped by youths who demanded to be addressed, the few youths had blocked the roads and hence Ruto had to stop and say a word to them.
Deputy President William Ruto pitched tent in Busia county on Saturday, October 24 and faced hostility from a group of youths at the Korinda junction on the Kisumu-Busia highway as they barricaded the road and threw stones at his convoy. Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i condemned the ugly scenes from the youths and stated that political leaders were free to move to any part of the country as he urged law enforcers to work with fairness and neutrality when managing political gatherings.
Photo Credit: The Standard Media Group [Files] The deputy President William Ruto entourage received a hostile reception on Saturday afternoon in his 2- days tour in the region. According to Media reports, rowdy youths intercepted DP Ruto's convoy at Korinda area on the Busia-Kakamega highway, blocking the road.
A middle-aged man in Busia is nursing serious injuries after he recieved a hefty beating from rouge officers said to be from Korinda. According to sources the young man who works at Agility limited as a driver with the vehicle KBD 199G is said to have been knocked unconscious with a hammer by rouge officers during the night. Fellow drivers who were with the young man said he was beaten by the officers after a heated altercation when he allegedly refused to offer bribe to be sailed through to the neighboring
Busia Municipality manager, Mr. Ken Nabulindo has assured traders and the public at large that space at the new Korinda market is still being issued free of charge. Addressing the press in his office on Friday, the manager pointed out that it was important for the traders to be vigilant so as to avoid paying out money to anybody purporting to be selling space on behalf of the municipality. "The space is being issued free of charge because it's government property and it's on a temporary basis," he said. His
The motorcade of Deputy President William Ruto was forced to speed up after enraged residents halted their campaigns as reports on the destruction became available. Ruto was in Bumala courting people and other politicians to back his hustling movement. After visiting Kakamega on Friday, October 22nd, he continued his march.
People living in and around Korina Prison in Funyula Busia County are in fear of infection as many are confirmed positive for Corona Virus. The reports reaching opera news indicate that nearly 70 people have tested positive to the disease raising fear in the region. Robert Mukhana the head of medics in the county said that at least 35 prisoners have been confirmed positive and are being isolated from the rest to prevent the spread of the deadly pandemic. The victims are currently receiving treatment at Alupe
Matatus operators at Korinda stage in Busia town have come out to help the government fight Coronavirus virus by fumigating all passenger vehicles. The operators led by Dennis Ombati Ojwang are stopping all matatus and asking passengers to come out before they fumigate the matatu, measure the body temperature of passengers and sanitize them before allowing them to continue with their journey. Ojwang says they took the initiative after realizing the risk at which drivers, conductors and touts were in of cont
A police officer attached to Korinda prison has been arrested and placed under mandatory quarantine after he was caught in one of the rooms of Covid-19 patients in at Busia Agricultural Training College (ATC )in Busia town. Corporal Emmanuel Ng’etich who sources revealed that he has been engaging a COVID-19 patient in a conversation, was arrested after the patient raised alarm after noticing that they had been noticed, “They have been engaging in the act for some time but today when the lady realized that