Big Blow To Paul Mackenzie as Kindiki Says Government To Repossess Shakahola to Build Memorial Site
Controversial preacher Paul Mackenzie could lose his huge parcel of land after a statement that has been made by the cabinet secretary in charge of interior coordination who today visited the area for the third phase of the exhumation exercise. From the latest development the cabinet secretary has revealed that the government is planning to repossess the land and make it a memorial site for the victims who died at the shrines which are believed to be owned by the controversial pastor.
KDF Troops Have Been Deployed To Shakahola Forest To Do This As Exhumation Of Bodies Continues
Photo Courtesy used for illustration purpose only Kithure Kindiki, the interior cabinet secretary, was at the Shakahola forest to supervise the security, rescue, and exhumation procedure, which is currently in its third phase. To make sure the process is completed successfully, the CS announced a number of modifications and advancements that will be implemented as soon as possible.He declared that Kenya Defense soldiers would be sent into the forest to make breakthroughs there and aid the government in search and rescue operations and victim assistance.
Government To Convert Shakahola Forest Land Into A National Memorial Ground
Pastor Mackenzie is about to loose his Shakahola Forest land after the government has decided to turn it into a memorial ground.Over 220 bodies have been recovered from Shakahola and the government has decide turn it into a memorial ground. Earlier on, professor Kithure Kindiki who is the CS interior security revealed that Mackenzie will be in prison until when he will die to meet his god.He insisted that even if the judiciary will let him free the government shall find other means to arrest him again and again until when he will die.
Gov't Reveals What Will Be Done To Shakahola After The Completion Of Exhumation And Investigations
The Shakahola Forest in Kilifi county, the scene of crime where controversial Preacher Paul Mackenzie aided followers to die and Burried them, will not remain the same. Government has announced. Cabinet Secretary for Interior and coordination of National government Professor Kithure Kindiki addressing the Media from the Shakahola Forest in Kilifi county where the Exhumation exercise is ongoing.
Akothee's Photo As She Was Flying With Her Kids On Kenya Airways In 2014
Akothee has gone ahead to state, you mean I have been flying with my kids on Kenya Airways since 2014? Aaah thanks to Facebook for this amazing memory . I think we were coming from Kisumu back to mombasa when I was building the Romgo spa. Tag the ladies in jeans.
Kindiki Vows To Convert Shakahola Forest Into A Memorial Site
In a significant move to honor the nation's history and preserve its natural heritage, Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki has announced that the Shakahola forest will be transformed into a national memorial site. The decision, aimed at recognizing the historical and cultural significance of the area, marks a pivotal moment for Kenya's conservation efforts.
Meet Musalia Mudavadi's Wife Who Co-runs Mudavadi Memorial Foundation
Tessie Shangatti Mudavadi is wife to former vice president of Kenya and current prime cabinet secretary and ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi. The first time Mudavadi set his eyes on Tessie, he knew she was the one. In an interview, Mudavadi revealed that he met his wife during a fundraiser in Lugari.
If You Do These 3 Things To Her, She Will Never Forget About You In A Hurry
Here are three general things that can contribute positively to a person's memory of you: Show genuine care and empathy: People appreciate when others demonstrate genuine concern for their well-being. Listening attentively, being empathetic, and offering support during challenging times can leave a lasting impression.
4 Foods To Eat Regularly In Your 60s To Help Fight Dementia
Dementia is a medical illness that causes recurrent cognitive decline and memory loss in a large population of adults aged 60 and over. Certain foods, however, may be eaten frequently beginning in one's sixties in an effort to ward off dementia, according to a verywellhealth article.
Signs of trauma that you should know
Trauma can have a wide range of effects on individuals, and the signs can vary from person to person. Here are some common signs and symptoms that may indicate someone has experienced trauma: 1. Emotional disturbances: Persistent feelings of sadness, fear, anxiety, anger, irritability, mood swings, or emotional numbness can be signs of trauma.
Kenyan Man Seeks Help to Immortalize Late Mum's Old Photo
In a heartwarming tale of love and remembrance, Carlos Dimaiyo, a Kenyan man, embarked on a journey to honor his late mother by editing one of her photographs. Little did he know that this simple act would lead to an astonishing transformation, leaving him stunned and overwhelmed with emotions.
6 Unusual Nose Facts That May Amaze You
Get ready to be amazed by the hidden wonders of your nose! It's not just a regular breathing tool or a smell detector—it's an intriguing body part with extraordinary abilities. Let's explore six mind-blowing facts about your nose that will leave you astonished. 1.
I Miss My Bump Already, Amberay Says As She Flauts Pics Of Herself Pregnant Days After Giving Birth
I Miss My Bump Already, Amberay Says As She Flauts Pics Of Herself Pregnant Days After Giving Birth. Ambery utilised fully her pregnancy to the last day, ensuring and making the whole world nkown she had life in jer, endless photo shoot with a bare baby bump, days after giving birth to a girl she says she misses the experience and seeing her bump
Dangerous Things That Can Happen To Your Brain When You Don’t Get Enough Sleep
Lack of sufficient sleep can have numerous detrimental effects on the brain. Here are some of the dangerous things that can happen to your brain when you don't get enough sleep: Impaired cognitive function: Sleep deprivation affects various cognitive processes such as attention, concentration, problem-solving, and decision-making.
The reason US embassy in Nairobi remained closed today
On May 29, 2023, the United States embassy in Nairobi paid tribute to the courageous individuals who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving their country. In observance of Memorial Day, the embassy closed its doors to honor the fallen heroes who lost their lives in military service to the United States.
Foods To Eat Regularly In Your 60s To Help Fight Dementia
Many people over the age of 60 suffer from dementia, a form of cognitive decline and memory loss caused by a medical condition. However, a verywellhealth article suggests that beginning in one's sixties, eating a diet high in certain foods may help prevent dementia. Read on for a discussion of some of the meals that will be required of you on a daily basis. Vegetables, especially green ones, are crucial for people battling mental illness because of their high vitamin and folate content, which can help reduce
The Brainy Bites & Nourishing Foods That Enhance Concentration and Memory in Children
When it comes to improving learning in children, it's essential to focus on providing a well-rounded and nutritious diet. Here are some common foods that can support brain health and cognitive development in children: 1. Eggs from Pastured(Kienyeji) Hens Eggs from a pastured-free-range hens are fantastic and have higher quantities of protein, vitamin B12, and choline.
6 Ways To Keep Your Brain Young
As we age, many of us become concerned with keeping our bodies healthy and in shape – but what about keeping our brains fit and active? It’s important to maintain brain function throughout our lifetimes in order to stave off cognitive impairment and memory loss. Luckily, there are many ways to keep your brain young and healthy at any age.
How to remember what you read
Remembering what you read can be a challenge, especially when dealing with a large amount of information. Here are some strategies to help improve your reading comprehension and retention: Active reading: Engage with the material actively as you read. Take notes, underline or highlight important points, and jot down questions or thoughts that arise.
The Power of Meditation: Enhancing Brain Activity for a Balanced Mind
Meditation has been practiced for centuries as a powerful tool for calming the mind, reducing stress, and promoting overall well-being. Beyond its mental and emotional benefits, meditation also plays a significant role in enhancing brain activity. In this article, we will explore how meditation positively impacts brain function and promotes a balanced mind.