Mrd Jamila Eymoi, a kenyan woman who is reported to have been busted by a couple of highway police officers has revealed or rather narrated how she was able to sneak several explosives from Somalia to Kenya has finally revealed how she was able to get into the country with this guns.
The police in Lafey, Mandera County were thrown into panic after a leathal gun got lost under the care of a colleague.The police officer who allegedly lost his gun was at pains to explain how he forgot the weapon at the stairway leading to a a busy government office situated in the region.
[Photo|Courtesy] The Kenya Meteorological Department has been playing a good role in providing accessible meteorological information to the general public.The company maintains an efficient telecommunications system for rapid collection and dissemination of meteorological facts.The information is vital for the infusion of scientific knowledge necessary for utilization of natural resources for national development.
Crime is something that has gradually continued to become normal as more people continue to fall victims.It's too unfortunate that the robbers have now taken it to another level where they snatch guns from government police and use it to scare the public.Hesy wa Dandora has revealed 3 guns which were recovered and the sad story behind them.
( Photo: Illustration Purpose ) A Lafey police station officer in Mandera county highly recognized as Enoch Mochete Ombuna, is in a somber mood after losing his gun while on a police operation.According to the base commander Edwin Korir, police officers on the station had been sent to collect water from a borehole at Lafey sub location.
As the joint Legal Affairs Committee made of Senators and MPs meet for the second time to deliberate on the BBI bill, reports have emerged that only 12 counties received the correct format of the bill.This now forces the committee to harmonize the bill, a move that will cause delays which might in turn lead to the postponement of the referendum.
Today the Senate has been hot red with Mandera senator standing to his feet to rebuke the the building bridges initiative report as not a priority to a common mwananchi.Talking today in the national assembly special sitting,Hon.Rigathi Gachagua lamented on the state of the common citizen and what the citizens are passing through Right now.
A 15-year-old girl from Mandera called Istahil Muktar Molu who studied at Joystar Academy all her schooling has beaten all odds to top Mandera county candidates in KCPE 2020 despite the Somali culture which always favours the boy child at the expense of the girls.Molu wishes to join Alliance Girls' High School with her 385 marks score out of the possible 500 marks.
Most people are currently scared after it came to realization that there are several weapons circulating among the public.Most of such items have always been identified among robbers who use it in their missions to attack people in order to snatch property.Due to this, great attention has been drawn to the public about the loss of any firearm.
The month of April has been beneficial to agricultural producers and most especially farmers since it has been raining throughout.On the other hand the heavy rains have caused destruction and floods in some places and interfered with other people's businesses.The KMD provides early warning so that individuals can be prepared and avoid hazards caused by weather conditions.
Sources: Kenya Meteorological Department through Facebook.The Kenya Meteorological department is mandated to provide timely early warning weather and climate information for safety life, protection of property and consecration of natural environment.This mandate is enchored on executive orders on the structure and conservation of the government of Kenya and the World Meteorological Organisation.
Season are currently changing in the country is expected to transit from the sunny periods to heavy rainfall periods.April has always been a month of heavy rainfall across the country, but the Kenya Meteorological Department has a warning message to Kenyans living in three counties.Heavy rainfall accompanied by flash floods in these three counties will be experienced starting from today, 28th April 2021.
Flash floods are expected to strike Kenya beginning today, Wednesday, April 28th, according to the Kenya Meteorological Department.The department singled out Mandera, Marsabit, and Wajir counties in a statement, advising citizens to take precautions.The condition is predicted to be mild in magnitude, with a likelihood of occurrence ranging from 33 percent to 66 percent.
In a statement issued by the Kenya Meteorological Department (MET), residents around Mandera, Wajir and Marsabit have been warned to expect torrential downpour as from Wednesday April, 28th 2021 and should therefore be on the lookout.[Photo|Courtesy] "Counties harboring the Ethiopian boarder should expect flash floods.
Residents in all the areas mentioned below are being warned to be aware of potential floods.The government has warned of possible flooding on the Kenya-Ethiopia border.On Twitter on Wednesday, the meteorologist urged those living in the Marsabit, Mandera and Wajir areas to be vigilant as there could be diseases such as diseases in the region from today until Sunday.
The Kenya Metreological department has issued a warning on floods alert.Some parts of the country especially those on Kenya Ethiopia border may be affected between 28th April to 1st May, 2021.According to the weatherman, the flash floods will be as a result of heavy rainfall of more than 50mm/24hrs over the Ethiopian highlands that may cause overflow in the neighboring water catchment areas of the said counties.
The Kenya Meteorological Department has been playing a major part in giving available meteorological data to the overall population.The organization keeps a productive media communications framework for quick assortment and dispersal of meteorological realities.The data is fundamental for the implantation of logical information vital for usage of characteristic assets for public turn of events.
In history, the month of April has been known of having heavy rains consisting of lightning and floods all over the country,including the regions that have been known of having little rain falls.Due to this high rain falls,the meteorolovical department has warned Kenyans of heavy flash floods that that is likely to occur in the border of Kenya and Ethiopia.
The government has really done its best to make sure the Kenyan Citizens are feeling safe and secured.The government has made sure that the firearms have not landed on the hands of violent and uncouth people.However much more emphasis has been placed by the government, people still find a way to own the guns.
The ruling Jubilee Party has resolved to dissolve its partial pre-election pact with PDR Party which recently rebranded to UDA.This ends any other agreement existing with PDR/UDA."In the run up to 2017 elections, we had entered an arrangement of cooperation with PDR in the Counties of West Pokot, Waje, Isiolo, Garissa and Mandera where our Party had experienced the challenge of clan guided democracy.