Chiefs and sub chiefs are well-known to interact with people in villages as well as addressing their grievances and concerns. The senior government officials act as the president's eyes in the rural areas. They are also responsible for some minor Jobs such as Security and making sure that no illicit brew is consumed in their region.
Acting Mukuru Kwa Njenga chief Christine Mwende Marete has warned residents against calling her at night telling that she is a married woman who respects her marriage and husband. She urged her residents not to call at night for non official issues unless it is an emergency saying that late night calls creates suspicions in marriage unless they want her chased out her marital house.
It is a great moment of the residents of Korogocho as the newly constructed Korogosho Level 6 Referral Hospital opens its doors to patients. The facility will go a long way in decongesting the Kenyatta National Referral Hospital. President Uhuru Kenyatta in collaboration with NMS has invested in an efficient referral system by changing use of hospitals, increasing the number of hospitals and reviewing the scope of services in some hospitals.
'I Got Pregnant In Form 2. Dad Rejected Me And I Slept With Men For Cash To Feed My 4 Kids' Mum Says
Evelyne Wanjiku was born and raised in Nairobi.She grew up without a father figure who appeared when she was a big girl.Evelyne claims that she lived with her mother in Eldoret while the other siblings remained with her father.She needed attention that she didn't get.
Githurai Area of Nairobi has been known for high rates of conman actives including pickpocketing. Many people often avoid this place at night over claims of insecurity. Many people have lost their valuables through bus windows in this place. The lonely paths of the less developed areas are often very dangerous in Nairobi, especially at night.
"I was not hurt, but I lived in dread for my life for almost a year," says the victim of threats in the famous 'nitakufinya' video clip shot eleven years ago. You never know how serious individuals are, according to Charles Musyoka, the man threatened in the video.
President Uhuru Kenyatta surprised a presenter at Ruben FM on Tuesday night, July 6, when he visited the radio station unannounced. In a video , the President toured Mukuru Kwa Njenga slum and he stopped at Ruben FM while the ongoing Euro 2020 was being aired. The radio presenter Shaffie Zele, stated that Uhuru surprised him with the visit and conversed on which teams the Head of State was supporting during the ongoing competition.
Born in the late 80's 34 years ago, no one knew what was in store for a man who would go on to be one amazing player.Patrick Oboya was born in Mukuru Kwa Njenga a slum in Nairobi, the young boy began playing with a small club back then called Young Spiders.
Patrick Joseph Oboya Onyango Kenya has produced some of the best talents inthe world of football.Some players have made it in football through their dazzling talents and individual prowess.Some of the players who did well during their time include:Macdonald Mariga,Denis Oliech, Victor Wanyama, Jamal Mohamed, Musa Otieno,Robert Mambo, Anorld Origi and Patrick Joseph Oboya Onyango.among the players I have mentioned above, all have done well but MacDonald Mariga is exceptional.He is the only Kenyan player with a UEFA Champions league trophy.
Photo: Courtesy of Eric Ambuche, CEO Slums Outreach.
The man behind ‘nitakufinya‘ viral video has finally spoken to K24 Digital on Friday, his real name is Aron Asiiba Matende. He said the video that has taken social media by storm was actually taken in 2011 but it has gone to trend 10 years later.
A meme of the amazing viral " nitakufinya phrase" by the known famous but poor celebrity has really been trending. Allover social media now it is the pregnant phrase and most Kenyans like it. However, precious little is known about him. He was originally captured on a television interview where he made the utterances making him a celebrity now.
For the past few days, the word 'nitakufinya' has been in the mouths of many Kenyans. It has been the trending word of the week after an old clip about two men quarrelling went viral. The video was taken back in 2011 by some media crew who were interviewing locals regarding the illegal power connections in slums.
Former presidential aspirant Mwalimu Dida has made remarks on Kenya's current situation as far as the fight against the novel Coronavirus pandemic is concerned. (Photo, Courtesy) Through remarks on his latest social media platform, Twitter, Mwalimu Dida has claimed that Kenya should be disbanded as earlier stated by one of Raila's supporters.
President Uhuru Kenyatta says he commissioned five hospitals at night to avoid attracting huge crowds; and consequently creating a conducive environment for the spread of Covid-19. Hours after president Uhuru Kenyatta witnessed launching new projects in different areas in Nairobi last night, TangaTanga alliy kipchumba murkomen has come out the point out president not following ministry of health rules and regulations.
"There is nothing the government or anyone can do to make me believe that Covid-19 is real and that I can actually get this disease," Michael Omondi, a youth leader in Nairobi’s Mukuru Kwa Njenga slum, tells Nation.Africa. His words come 15 months after Kenya confirmed its first Covid-19 case, and after more than 3,000 deaths from the viral disease.
The truth of the matter is that people who live in these slums could be enjoying life more than you thought.Most of the people within Nairobi think that living within these corridors of Kwa Njenga could be a disastrous life.
Nairobi County Commissioner James Kianda According to Nairobi County Commissioner James Kianda, several areas in Nairobi are under the watch of the police for violating Covid-19 regulations.He says these areas have been identified as hotpots where Kenyans do not wear masks and violate the new regulations.
Murkomen Attacks President Kenyatta For Launching Projects At Night, Advises Him To Do The Following
Yesterday President Kenyatta launched Five New Projects in informal Settlements in Nairobi City as He Urged the Management To Offer a 24 Hours Services to locals. These Facilities included; level Two Hospitals in Kangemi and Kawangware, level Three Type in Mukuru kwa Reuben, Mukuru Kwa Njenga and Tassia Kwa Ndege.
Njenga Mwenda Kariuki is the man who is said to be behind the naming of Nairobi’s Mukuru Kwa Njenga Slums in Embakasi south. The slum borders the most populated estate in Nairobi-pipeline best described with the story buildings going up to 9 floors without a lift. Mzee Njenga died on February 8th this year after a lengthy ailment period of close to 10 years. The old man is fondly remembered for the good he had done for his community. Schooled in the colonial error, smartness described his dressing code normally