One of the most touching storyline in the autobiography of the former Prime Minister Honorable Raila Amolo Odinga was during his detention.Just like any ordinary Kenyans would be arrested, he, Raila Odinga was also arrested for several years.
A woman in Nadarunyi village in Mbololo, Voi has been reportedly to have cut her nephew's private parts after a long disagreement. It was reported that the nephew demanded to spend a night at the woman's house after getting drunk on the night of Friday 4th. After several hours of attempts to knock on the door without any response, he decided to insert his genitals through a hole on the door. The woman got fade up with the guy and decided to cut the man's genitals where he was rushed to Moi teaching Referral
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga today visited Mbololo town in voi where he was addressing the people there.At his speech he dropped John mwavuda's name who was a prison officer at Shimo la tewa and comes from the same area.
Hundreds of thousands of locusts swarmed the Mbololo area and its borders. Complaints from farmers crying about their crop being destroyed. The county minister for Agriculture said once the locust reached the copulation stage, it would be dangerous since the locusts would hatch eggs and leave them in Taita Taveta county. If the yellow locusts are left to copulate this will lead to a crisis as the eggs will hatch millions of young hoper locusts which ravage anything green leaving the farmers very devastated
Raila’s Surprise Meeting with the Prison Guard Who Smuggled Him Writing Materials While In Detention
ODM Leader Raila Odinga yesterday while touring Mbololo in Taita Taveta county met the man who saved him while serving 9 years in detention.“I had the good fortune of spending time with Mzee John Mwavuda, my prison guard during my detention period at Manyani maximum prison.” He said.Adding that Mr
Catholic priest and 12 worshipers were arrested for conducting a mass on Sunday in Taita Taveta County in Mbololo area. Police forced their way into St Joseph Mukasa Catholic church in Mwakiki village after being noticed from the public According to police commander in the area the congregates were arrested for defying government directives that no social gatherings especially in churches amidst the Coronavirus novel that has caused havoc across the globe. The catholic priest is identified as father Wafula