Mountain View estate A court has stopped the eviction of a woman from a Sh 30million house after a petition was brought before it by her daughter. A Nairobi based lawyer wanted to bar her mother and sister from a prime property in the Mountain View estate. The lawyer accused the two of trespassing in her property and also for being a nuisance.
(Photo/courtesy) The case involving the 44 teens that were arrested at a house party in Mountain View estate in Nairobi began yesterday in a milimani court. Millicent Muthoni Kithinji, businessmen David Kibe Wambui, George Kamau Muthoni and Michael Murega were arraigned in court and the magistrate directed that they be detained for seven more days to allow time for investigations. Millicent was the host of that party while the three businessmen are said to have been the ones who supplied drugs and alcohol. Fresh
Citizen TV aired a story on 12th, April concerning a man who was killed by the police at Mountain view estate, Nairobi.Nicholas Livede was shot while he was trying to protect the sister who was being harassed by the police.According to eye witnesses at the Scene, Livede's sister was recording a video on police who came to their area to demand for the alcohol sale license.
The number of youngsters getting involved in drug abuse, sexual abuse is on the increase and something has to be done to stop this at once. Should we blame it on Covid-19 or parents? Parents have failed to take responsibility for their children. This is so bad. 1. Police in Webuye arrest 21 teenagers smoking and drinking in a local club within the town without observing Covid-19 directives. On Saturday night, DCI detectives arrested 44 (28 boys, 16 girls) teenagers at the house in Mountain View Nairobi. This
Nairobi’s Mountain View Residents Hail Ananda Marga Mission for Changing Their lives for Over 20 years
(Residents of Nairobi’s Mountain View Estate linning up for Relief food at the Ananda Marga Mission Headquarters,photos by Elijah Odanga) Residents of Nairobi’s Mountain View Estate and surrounding areas led by their Member of the County Assembly (MCA) have hailed Ananda Marga Mission (AMM) for changing their lives by providing them with relief food and material stuffs. Led by Mountain View MCA Maurice Ochieng Onyango ,the residents had good words for the Ananda Manga Mission led by Indian born Dinesh Kumar
The case, including the 44 teenagers captured at a local gathering in the Mountain View domain in Nairobi, started yesterday in a Milimani court. Millicent Muthoni Kithinji, financial specialists David Kibe Wambui, George Kamau Muthoni, and Michael Murega were charged in court. The magistrate coordinated that they are kept for seven additional days to permit time for investigations. Millicent was the host of that party, while the three financial specialists are said to have been the ones who provided drugs and
The DCI earlier today confirmed the apprehension of 44 minors at the prestigious Mountain View estate. The children were enjoying various brands of alcohol as well as bhang in the company of a 41-year-old lady identified as Millicent Kithinji. Citizen TV has actually visited the scene and established that the two bed roomed house was the scene of crime as over a hundred empty bottles of liquor were found according to Hassan Mugambi. He also explained that the police found used condoms at the scene meaning the
Photo: picture of the teenagers arrested partying (picture source: the star Kenya) Over the weekend some shocking news broke out that over 44 teenagers between, 14 and 17years were busted by Directorate of Criminal Investigations partying in Mountain View area. In a new twist of events, the DCI has now told court that there are third parties benefiting from pornographic images of the 44 teenagers nabbed over the weekend. In a report shared by the star Kenya, corporal Julius Oguma further told the court to give
The rate of immorality among school going children in the country is actually a worrying trend and over the past few days cases of minors disappearing to attend parties have been on the rise. The Director of Criminal Investigation has however confirmed the arrest of 44 school going children at the prestigious Mountain View Estate. Minors who were arrested are between the ages of 14-17 according to DCI's official Twitter handle. Their host Millicent Kithinji, aged 41 was also picked up for questioning by detectives
The DCI detectives based in Nairobi yesterday, on Saturday night, arrested teenagers partying in a house at Mountain View estate. Image; courtesy The 44 school-going children were arrested together with their host, and the detectives also seized brands of whiskeys and vodkas and also bhang. The children comprised of both high school and primary school children, 26 were boys and 18 were girls, all aged between 14 and 18 years old. Confirming the reports, in a statement released, the DCI said that their host,
The number of crimes is still on the rise, this is after another arrest made in Mountain View. But, this time was due to alcohol and not party orgies.According to the Chief of Maralal, there has been a Crackdown since the head of state order the closure of alcohol beverages after eight o'clock.Apparently, these people did not heed the message and started supplying alcohol, spirits and wine to rental houses. The arrest was conducted at night, which saw 20 people being arrested including school going boys.The
Looming water shortage in the city after a planned closure of Dagoretti and Uthiru water pumps that supply water to key estates in the capital city for three consecutive days. This is despite the challenges brought by the coronavirus pandemic in the city. According to Nation, the Nairobi City and Sewage Company (NCSC) has notified the residents of the shortage.
Woman Detained For Seven Days After Hosting Orgy Police are investigating rare circumstances under which a woman was found with 44 teenagers holding an orgy at her luxurious home in Dagoreti. Millicent Githinji hosted the party in her house in Mountain View Estate in Dagoretti. The police collected illegal findings from Ms. Ginjinji's house. PHOTO: Suspect Millicent Kithinji & David Wambui According to a police report, Ms. Kithinji is accused of child trafficking, misleading teenagers into pornography, prostitution,