Angry residents from Mukuru slums are seeking justice for one of the resident. Whose her land was taken illegally. A video posted by a writer. The son of the woman claims that. His mother's land was illegally grabbed. This led to the mother getting stressed and she passed away.
Nairobi is the capital city of the great nation Kenya. As usual every good place have that one or two areas where people's loves are always at a risk. This is a no excemotion from Nairobi's noyorious slums. Mukuru slums is becoming a big challenge to the government as group of youths have formed up gangs that they use to terrorize innovent residents who shelter in the surbubs of Nairobi. Some of these small boys and girls have engage in criminal activities. Few days ago the police traced and managed to capture
You must have seen the trending ‘Nitakufinya' video. Charles Musyoka, a resident of Mukuru Slums, was outlining the dangers of illicit power installations in the slum in the video, which initially aired on K24 television. During the interview, however, an unidentified man in the background, later identified as Aroon Matendechere, could be seen telling the interviewee to stop talking about electricity or face repercussions.Following the video's viral success, K24 tracked down Matendechere, who threatened the respondent with a follow-up ten years later, a decision that angered a substantial proportion of Kenyans.
The president Uhuru kanyatta has this afternoon surprised many after he made a stop at mukuru slums and took time to address the resident who were total shock. The president is said to have made a Suprise stoppage at the area, however concerns have been raised on how the residents were keeping social distancing as large numbers surrounded his vehicle. This visit comes barely a day after the president made another stoppage along kirinyaga road Nairobi where he was inspecting a project in the area. Of late the
Before Mbadi began building the slum hospitals, he was forced to Sneak president Kenyatta to the Mukuru Slums to inspect the ground by himself as he couldn't believe Mbadi's earlier report.
Lately, the president has been maneuvering the great city without any prior notice. There have been reports that he has been driving around town inspecting several projects being undertaken by NMS, the KDF led organ, tasked with ensuring service delivery to residents of Nairobi. With the defense forces taking charge of the city, the Commander-in-Chief is at liberty to take a brief tour in whatever manner he likes. President Uhuru when he visited Mukuru Slums, Nairobi Early Today Today's visit by the president
Mukuru Slums(Photo/Courtesy) A 26-year-old woman has been rescued by officials from a gender-based violence organization after she was reportedly attacked by her husband. The victim, Jackline Kageni, a mother of three, was allegedly confronted by her husband Gibson Kayu aged 38 years after she failed to buy supper. Her husband is said to have given her Sh 100 to buy food for the family of five people. She insisted the money was not enough and demanded for more but her husband gave her a deaf ear and went for
Earlier last month, Opera News reported that president Uhuru Kenyatta had made an impromptu visit to Mukuru Slums at night to inspect ongoing projects by the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS). It now turns out that the president’s focus is glued to ensure that residents of Mukuru are emancipated from the jaws of poverty and backwardness. On Monday morning, the president went back to the area to inspect ongoing projects by NMS. He was in the company of NMS boss major Mohamed Badi. Speaking to Opera news through
Several Kenyans are nursing injuries and 1 dead after a house collapsed as Nairobi Metropolitan Services demolished structures at Mukuru kwa Reuben slums. According to area residents, the Nairobi Metropolitan bulldozers were seen early in the slums ready to bring down illegal structures to pave way for a road construction. Members of the public were able to identify the dead man as Gabriel Maina. His remains were taken to Chiromo mortuary awaiting postmortem. "The country is facing a deadly virus called coronavirus