Tanzanian veteran musician Lucas Mukenda popularly known as Mr Nice has shared his current state following the rumours that he is broke. However, he recently moved to Kenya and lives in Kitengela, where he is keeping a low profile. Legendary Tanzanian musician, Mr Nice that is doing very well and financially stable.
Mavoko member of parliament Patrick Makau at a past event(source.Facebook) Mavoko member of parliament Patrick Makau has once more declared his interest in the Machakos gubernatorial seat ahead of the 2022 polls. Speaking in Mlolongo earlier today Makau said that he was best suited for the top seat.
Detectives have seized several drums of the locally brewed alcohol popularly known as "Busaa" in the outskirts of Mlolongo area in Nairobi County. Innoro TV reported that the detectives arrested the Busaa owners together with locals who were found imbibing the concoction and taken to Mlolongo Police Station awaiting to be arraigned in court on Monday 24th May.
Residents of Mlolongo phase 3, Machakos County, have been left in disbelief after several female inner clothes were found inside local brews commonly known as Busaa and Chang'aa within the area.The raid at one of the renowned seller of the illicit brew was done by the area chief together with law enforcement officers within the area.
Sadness has engulfed Kenyans as former Kibwezi MP Richard Kalembe Ndile pronounced dead at Nairobi Hospital on Sunday morning at around 5:30 am after a long illness. Sam Ndile, his younger brother, says the deceased was taken ill on Wednesday night from his Mlolongo home complaining of stomach pains.
The 27.1Km Nairobi Expressway is one of its kind and is expected to be completed by 2022. The modernised highway begins at Mlolongo to JKIA,Nairobi's CBD and ends at Westlands along Waiyaki way. According to reports,the Expressway is unique in Africa due to the labour,materials and professional expertise applied.
Former NASA strategist, Dr David Ndii, has staged a new tussle with the Kenya Police over their previous raid in Mlolongo Phase 3 area of Machakos County. This comes after men in uniform commenced a surprise raid into Josephine Moraa's homestead in Mlolongo area and destroyed 600liters of 'Busaa' and 60liters of 'Changaa' last week.
For those who usually take local Chang'aa to your surprise, police officers raided Mlolongo where they found ladies' pants in the drink. According to reports from residents, police officers who armed themselves visited the village due to rumors that were spreading about brewing local illicit drinks.
A woman alleged to be a chang’aa brewer arrested by police officers after the officers found numerous old pants stuffed inside a super drum filled with busaa inside her house in Mlolongo estate in Nairobi County. The middle-aged woman who is reportedly said to be selling illicit liquor hide her face in shame as the police officers impounded her brewery.
Theft, robbery and violence has gradually continued to become the new normal within Nairobi. This happens as more people continue loosing lives and property to thugs as others emerge badly injured by these cruel gangs. The worst thing is when it comes to our realization that these thugs are always badly armed with deadly weapons.
Mlolongo residents have been shocked after the police arrested a middle-aged woman alleged to be a chang'aa brewer after getting numerous pants stuffed inside the drum of busaa in her house. The Standard has revealed that the middle-aged woman said to be selling busaa covered her face in shame as officers ransacked her 'brewery.'
Revelry at a drinking den in Mlolongo Trading Centre, Machakos County was unceremoniously brought to a halt after patrons discovered assorted underwear inside the brew; they had been drinking. The discovery was made when one of the men peeped into the brew while trying to position his drinking straw and saw something that resembled a bra floating in the Busaa and quickly alerted his colleagues.
The colourful underground world of Kenya’s illegal alcohol brewers, is decorated by the similarly colourful names of the illicit liquor they produce. Nowadays, several ingredients which are harmful to human health are added to this illegal brews.Men who love local booze will have to think twice before straying into those dingy drinking dens in estates.
After a long illness, former Kibwezi MP Richard Kalembe Ndile died at Nairobi Hospital around 5:30 a.m. on Sunday. The former vociferous legislator, according to the deceased's younger brother, Sam Ndile, was brought unwell on Wednesday night from his Mlolongo house, complaining of stomach pains.
A woman said to be chang’aa brewer was shocked Mlolongo residents after police found numerous old pants stuffed inside a drum of busaa inside her house. The middle-aged woman said to be selling the busaa covered her face in shame as the officers ransacked her ‘brewery’.The middle aged woman out of frustrations covered her face and was arrested and whisked away by the police as the chang'aa consumers were after her dear life.
Photos standard digital A woman believed to be an chang'aa brewer surprised many after police officers discovered numerous old used underwears soaked in drums of busaa.The woman was really ashamed as she covered up her face with hands when she narrated how she brews the drinks The used pants were discovered after locals and police hunted down illicit brewers in Phase three area Mlolongo Machakos County and shocked to find out already used inner wears after stirring the mixture
Ladies panties were found beneath drums of busaa in Mlolongo area.In 2005, I was assigned to cover a story of disgruntled and disenfranchised women in Gishagi area of Kangemi.They held a day long demonstration to decry their absentee husbands whom spent days at busaa dens return home so lazy even to raise their hands up.
Devolution is the greatest gift in 2010 constitution. County governments have come up with massive projects which benefits local residents. Most county governments have formulated public participation policy to give local residents an opportunity to air their development views. Today Machakos county assembly conducted a public participation in Mlolongo Ward.
Pombe Ya Orodha, Kenyans Mesmerized Over Illicit Brewer's Behavior Of Using Inner Wears Illicit brews are Ilegal in the country and anyone who is found in possession of this Brews will have to face the law.The government has been fighting the Ilegal brews since it is not only unhealthy but unethical.
Mlolongo is a city in the Machakos County, Kenya. It is a satellite city near Nairobi and part of the Nairobi metropolitan area. However, it happened that a woman alleged to be a chang'aa brewer shocked locals and the police of Mlongongo Phase 3 after police found numerous old pants stuffed inside a drum of busaa inside her house.