Activities on varied kenyan destinations were brought to standstill after news of the escape of 3 terror suspects made headlines on distinguished kenyan media stations. Musharaf Abdalla Akhulunga, Mohamed Ali Abikar and Joseph Juma Odhiambo spent a few days away from the corridors of the cells following their moments escape from the highly guarded Kamiti Maximum Prison.
A suspect at Wang'uru police cell is reportedly to have been subjected to thoroughly beating and torture by the police for not wearing a face mask. According to the information shared by the journalist Jeff Kuria, the suspect among other people were arrested for allegedly flouting COVID-19 guidelines for not wearing a face mask. Jeff Kuria took an emotional message on his Facebook verified page elucidating how the suspect was tortured and his legs swollen to the extend that he couldn't walk. "Wanguru Police
As per the report shared circulating in social media, new details have just emerged about the 11 close relatives who perished in a road accident in Kitui. The 14 seater public service vehicle lost control and rolled several times killing more than 7 people on spot. According to the source, it has been finally confirmed that there was 24 passengers in the matatu before the accident occurred.
Two University students are fighting for their dear lives at the Kerugoya referral hospital after assailants allegedly stabbed them with knives. The students from the Kirinyaga University were attacked at about 9.30 pm on Saturday evening on the way to their hostels. They were rushed to the hospital while bleeding profusely from the stab wounds sustained during the vicious attacks.
The mystery surrounding the escape of three terror convicts from Kamiti has taken another twist after detectives investigating the matter on Sunday 21 November found two mobile phones and flash disk used in the escape . The two mobile phones and a flash disk are likely to help detectives unravel how three terror convicts escaped from the highly guarded Kamiti Maximum Security Prison and travelled for more than 300 kilometres without detection.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Two Remandees Die After Testing Positive in Police Cell As The Virus Continues Spreading
The police at Wanguru police station has reported that 2 inmates in remand have succumbed to the novel coronavirus while in the police custody. Speaking to citizen digital kirinyaga County police commander Leah Kithei has confirmed the incident saying that the two were being held together with other three suspects in one single cell when they all started exhibiting flu-like symptoms. Ms Kithei revealed that the two died while receiving treatment at kirinyaga County hospital. The other three are receiving treatment
The three terror convicts namely Musharraf Abdalla Akhulunga alias Zarkarawi, Mohammed Ali Abikar and Joseph Juma Odhiambo alias Yusuf who escaped from Kamiti maximum prison have today been arrested in Kitui. Confirming the incident, Kitui County Police Commander Leah Kithei said the three were arrested in Mwingemi area as they tried to find their way to the Mwingi-Garissa highway.
Embattled Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko will be forced to defend himself against allegations levelled against him before all 67 senators. This after Senate Majority Leader Samuel Poghisio declined to give a notice of motion for the formation of 11 members to investigate allegations against the county boss."We note that BBI intends to amend the Constitution as set out in the Amendment Bill of 2020, and to the extent that the Bill seeks to create additional constituencies, it remains bound by the express directions
Earlier, security agencies in Kitui County were put on red alert after residents reported that they had spotted seen the three fugitive terrorists. Kitui County police Commander, Leah Kithei on Thursday morning confirmed that all security agencies in the region, including chiefs and their assistants, had been activated.
Mark Karimi Mureithi, a 43-year-old businessman in Kirinyaga was at the wee hours of Saturday morning allegedly killed under yet-to-be-identified circumstances by a bar owner in a joint he was enjoying a drink in with a group of friends within Kagumo township. Police have already arrested the bar owner who is expected to appear before a Kerugoya Law Court on Monday in connection with the murdering of the deceased.
As indicated by the after death results directed by government pathologist Johansen Oduor at Umash memorial service home, Nairobi County, Bashir's body gave indications of torment, remembering various injuries for the head brought about by dull articles just as consume wounds on the body. "His body showed injury on the head, consumes on his body, there's proof of torment on his toes and knees.
Three terrorist who escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison have been arrested today in remote village of Kitui county as they try to escape. It came to attention of the police officer that the three men who were hiding are the suspect of the terrorist who escaped from the Prison.
Kenyans had been put on high alert after the escape of Terror suspects from Kamiti Maximum Prison a few days ago. A manhunt was launched in order to rearrest the three men who were deemed to be very dangerous. Several check points in major Nairobi roads were set up not knowing that the fugitives were far away from the Capital.
Two convict who had been held at Wang'uru Police Station in Kirinyaga County passed away earlier today in what is suspected to be Covid 19. The two were among five convicts who had been rushed to Kimbimbi Sub-County Hospital. The convicts were to be cleared of Covid-19 virus and later to start their sentences. The incident was confirmed by Kirinyaga County Police Commander, Leah Kithei where she added that the cause of their death is yet to be known since the results have not been released. She further stated
Bashir Mohammed the missing Somali-American National has been found dead at Kerugoya Level V Hospital Mortuary.The body was found by the residents from Mirera in Murinduko ward, on May 16, 2021.The residents then informed the police officers at Wang'uru police station of unknown dead body.They quickly responded to the scene and they took the body to the mortuary.
A woman is being held in police custody in Kerugoya Kirinyaga county after her five-day old baby was found dumped in a 80-foot pit latrine.The baby was found by Farm workers who alerted their manager after they heard him crying.He called head of fire services in Kerugoga sub-county John Kiama who was around with his car and helped them rush the baby to hospital after retrieving him from the pit Latrine.He said officers from department had to destroy the latrine in order to reach the baby where they rushed him to Kerugoga county referral hospital.
The three terror convicts who escaped from the Kamiti Maximum Security Prison have been arrested in a remote village in Kitui County, about 180 kilometres east of Nairobi. Kitui County police commander Leah Kithei on Thursday morning confirmed that all security agencies in the region, including chiefs and their assistants, had been activated.
The three terror convicts who recently escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prisons have been nabbed in Kitui. earlier, security agencies in Kitui were on high alerts after villagers reported having seen the trio. Speaking on Thursday morning, Kitui County police commander Leah Kithei affirmed that all security agencies of all ranks had been activated in preparation for the search.
Two remandees and who had tested positive for covid-19 have been reported dead. This has happened on Sunday of 22 November 2020 during the second phase of Covid-19 pandemic in which it has has now found its roots into the bases of remands of Wang'uru Police station in Mwea. Following Kirinyanga County Police Commander Leah Kithei report to one of the local news anchor, she has further added that, three other remands are still admitted at the hospital in which the expatriates are still working hard to safe their
Two remandees have lost their lives due to Covid-19 complications at Wang'uru Police Station in Mwea Kirinyaga county. The two prisoners died after they tested positive for Covid-19. Police officers should put prisoners in isolation after capturing them. Covid-19 symptoms show up after four days of infections. The results were confirmed by Kirinyaga county police Commander Leah Kithei. The police officers should also be Leah Kithei who spoke to Citizen TV said that other three remandees had been rushed to hospital.