Former Bomet Governor Ruto made a a stopover at Kapwen markets as he lured the residents to vote for him ahead of 2022 and also Deputy President who will be going for the presidential seat. He declared that it is now time to reclaim his position as he declared that governor Barchok has failed to deliver what he had promised the residents and he promised that he will accomplish them.
Residents of Mulot in Narok County are living in fear after a huge and mysterious explosion grazed the area. In the clip shared by CitizenTVKe journalist Martin Kosgey, a huge explosion was witnessed in the area causing panic in the region. It is yet to be established what could have led to the deadly explosion, in the clip a police officer was seen dashing from the scene fearing for his life.
Recently, there was a scene in Mulot area in Narok after mysterious blast was heard. Various news platforms speculated on the blast as it was seen coming near a residential area. Our sources have revealed the thing behind the explosion. According to residents, the blast occured due to explosives being used to break rocks which would be used for construction.
Despite its tiny size, remote position and a barely shanty structured dusty town straddling in Narok and Bomet Counties, Mulot town has acquired the status of notoriety and the unlikely headquarters of mobile money crimes in Kenya commonly known as mobile swappers.To a visitor, it’s just a common struggling and developing centre located on the Kisii-Bomet- Nairobi highway but to the residents, it’s a horrendous centre where schemes of mobile swapping are executed.
George Natembeya is the Rift Valley Regional Coordinator.He is known to be a fierce leader.Here are some of the things you know about him.1.He is 48 years old and is the youngest Regional Commissioner in the country.2.He has a Bachelor's Degree in Arts and also a Master's Degree in Anthropology from the University of Nairobi.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has reported the arrest of a Kenyan young man who is accused of being behind theft of money from unsuspecting Kenyans. The young man, Nelson Kipkemboi, was arrested by banking fraud detectives from where he was hiding, in Mulot, Narok county, on the afternoon of 7 November 2021.
Several underage girls were arrested at a Mulot bar in Bomet County after the aralea chief got wind of their presence in the bar for over a week. According to the sources who talked to JKLmedia, among the teenage girls are two class seven students who left their homes and joined a group who operate in the bar.
One person has been confirmed dead after a fatal accident along Bomet -Mulot highway.A lorry is said to have hit and run over a bodaboda rider at Korara junction.
Photo used for illustration. A 22-year-old man is in police custody after he was nabbed by banking fraud detectives for siphoning money from bank accounts belonging to innocent Kenyans. The suspect identified, Nelson Kipkemoi, was smoked out of his hiding in Mulot, Narok County on Sunday afternoon.
Many of us have heard of George Natembeya. He is the Rift Valley, Regional Coordinator. Natembeya is understood to be a powerful leader. He is 49 years old and is the youthful Regional Commissioner in our nation. He has a Bachelor's degree in Arts.
Mulot town in Bomet county has always been on the limelight for theft cases involving mobile banking money. Cases of money being swapped from banking applications such as Mpesa have been on the rise. Today on Monday 8th, November 2021, a twenty two year old by the name Nelson Kipkemoi has been arrested.
Onlookers at the scene of the accident. An elderly woman died on the spot after she was knocked down by a vehicle on the Mulot-Longisa highway in Bomet. The crash occurred on Saturday at 10am in Olbobo area near Longisa Trading Centre. Following the accident, irate residents blocked the busy highway causing a huge traffic . It took the intervention of the police to have the blocks cleared to allow traffic to flow as many motorists retreated in fear that their vehicles would be pelted with stones by the
Two women, Ms Ann Muthoni and Ms Evelyn Achieng, suspected to be behind drugging revellers then stealing from them were nabbed in Narok. Police reports revealed that CCTV footage exposed the two ladies luring the bar lady and the watchman into their trap by sharing drinks with them.
After blogger Gerald Bitok shared of two women tying and beating a drunkard, Netizens were angered by the incident and recommended for the arrest of the women captured in the video.Screenshot from the video The sources of the blogger claimed that the drunk lady was beaten at a illicit brews den where she had a disagreement with the sellers of the brews over payment of alcohol she had taken.
Mulot town which is located in Bomet and Narok counties has once again hit the headlines for mobile money fraudsters. This is after a twenty two year old youth was today for allegedly taking part in money fraud amounting to over Kenya shillings forty five million. According to the directorate of criminal investigations officers, the suspect arrested today is called Nelson Kipkemoi.
Mulot bridge funded by World Bank in partnership with National Government handed to KeRRA contractor
The controversial bridge connecting Bomet county and Narok county at Mulot market which was funded by the World Bank in partnership with National Government was handed over to KeRRA contractor Eng Nyakundi by the leadership of the two counties and its residents.
It is a sad day after a tragic accident occurred in Bomet, Mulot. This accident involved a car and a trailer. According to a report from Sikika Road Safety on their official Facebook page, 3 cars were overtaking a trailer on a continuous yellow line. The first and second car managed, but the third car which is a Toyota wish didn't make it.
Eng Mosonik monitored the opening and distribution of examination papers at Bomet East Sub County DCCs offices.He later visited Mulot Boys,Mulot Girls and Longisa Boys high school.He said school infrastructure is very important component that enable quality learning and ensure successful learning in schools.
The ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs yesterday launched a national covid-19 third Wave sensitization campaigns accross the country. The event is to be conducted accross all the 47 counties for five days. Bomet county information officers on Monday started their campaigns with some areas in Bomet East.