Inside Gov Susan Kihika's and Anne Waiguru's Expensive Mansions (Photos)
Susan Kihika's mansion Nakuru Governor Susan Kihika is in actuality maybe of the most excessive legislator in Kenya. Kihika is hitched to Nakuru-based extremely rich individual Sam Mburu and lives in a luxurious manor in Ngata, Nakuru. Kihika Residence involves somewhere near 3 estates, of which the major house is the most dazzling.
Nakuru Governor Susan Kihika Disobeys Court Order, Forwards Same Names for Vetting
Labour and employment court in Nakuru after a case was filed against nomination of 13 members to the CEC lists in Susan Kihika's government ordered a whole overhaul and a redo of the nominations. Nakuru governor has brushed off the orders and again forwarded the same names to the county Assembly.
Wife of Man Who 'Chopped Off His Manhood' Because of Her Infidelity Says He's Been Too Busy
Nakuru-based man James Mirungu has left locals in speechless tone after doing the unthinkable out of rage.After catching his wife enjoying the forbidden act with another man, Job couldn't overcome his rage. As any man would have done in this situation; chase their wives away, beat the intruder among many other actions, John however, divyed the odds by chopping off his private parts before hanging them in the clothes hanging line.
Pesa Tu: Susan Kihika's Husband Flauts His New Multimillion Mansion
Sam Mburu is a Nakuru-based entrepreneur who has made significant investments in the real estate sector. He is a close ally of outgoing President Elect William Ruto and was instrumental in the URP's 2013 campaigns. According to media reports, he funded Susan Kihika's election campaigns in 2017.
BREAKING: Ruto Sued Over Appointment of Japheth Koome As Inspector General of Police
A Nakuru-based surgeon has sued President William Ruto for what he terms the illegal appointment of the Inspector General of Police. Japheth Koome Nchebere is Commandant of Kiganjo Police Training College. Dr. Magare, who describes himself as a patriot interested in a better Kenya, a human rights defender, and a promoter of constitutionalism and the rule of law, accused President Ruto of assigning himself powers that he does not have.
Last Facebook Post of Kenyan Stylist Before Meeting His Death in a Ghastly Road Accident
The family of James Kaboach are yet to come to terms with the death of their kin after he succumbed to injuries he got after he was involved in a ghastly road accident. The Nakuru-based hairstylist took to Facebook to celebrate a milestone he had achieved after he was honoured in the Extreme Awards held over the weekend.
'Very Painful' 18-Year-Old Woman Narrates How Crime Made Her A Widow
A Nakuru-based woman has narrated how she was forced to turn to drugs and even attempted commercial sex to fend for his son after she was left a widow following the lynching of her husband who residents had got tired of his dirty dealings. Caroline Awino regrets that she never knew what her husband did for a living but would quite often return home with electronics, cash and other expensive valuables he could not explain their source.
JUST IN: Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai Have Been Dragged To Court For The Following
Hillary Mutyambai the inspector general.has been sued for allegedly failing to take action about harassment by traffic police. A Nakuru-based advocate named Kipkoech Ng'etich filed the lawsuit alleging that highway officers harass drivers without the supervisors intervention. Ng'etich further accused the police of turning Kenyan roads and highways into extortion dens through the counsel of Chepkulul Katherine.
CCTV Footage Shows 2 Thugs Tying Mpesa Agent's Hands And Legs And Robbed Him Ksh 1.7M
A Nakuru-based Mpesa agent became the latest victim of the prevalent wave of insecurity that has rocked major townships in the country.Detectives are looking for two suspects who robbed the said mobile money outlet about KSh 1.7 million after subduing the agent there.As captured by CCTV,on November 5, the thieves overpowered the agent who had just opened the shop for the day's activity after coming from a bank to deposit the previous day's cash.It was at 8:00am when the agent opened the shop before one of the suspects, who appeared to be known to him,showed up.
Nakuru-Based Reporter Shares A Harrowing Experience In The Hands Of A Female News Source
Disclaimer: Image of man crying hence not the real journalist. Journalism in Kenya is held in very high regard. In the 1990s, our second liberation heroes fought for a free press that will shed light on the ills happening at the highest levels of our government and in the society in general.
Grief as Award-winning Hairstylist Dies in Accident a Day After Being Honoured in the Xtreme Awards
Over the past few months, the cases of road accidents have increased at an alarming rate. Some caused by reckless driving, others due to bribes and others due to vehicles mechanical problems. Four people died on the spot after the vehicle they were traveling in was involved in a road accident in Nakuru.
Hillary Mutyambai Dragged To Court Over Speed Limit
The complaint was launched by Kipkoech Ng'etich, a Nakuru-based advocate, who claimed that highway officers were harassing drivers without the supervisors' intervention. Through the assistance of Chepkulul Katherine, Ng'etich further charged that the police had converted Kenyan highways and roads into extortion hotspots. Being a Kenyan who uses the roads in this nation, Kipkoech claimed that his attorney asked the magistrate for conservatory orders to stop the police and the DPP from further detaining, arresting, or accusing him.
Lawyer Sues 3 Cops For Illegally Arresting, And Detaining Motorists Along Nakuru-Kericho Highways
A Nakuru-based lawyer has sued three cops over alleged impunity in Nakuru County. Mr Bernhard Kipkoech Ngetich testified before the High Court that the cops take part in corruption on the Nakuru-Kericho highway. Mr Kipkoech, a one time member of the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) council and former-chairperson of the Rift Valley LSK branch, says the cops illegally arrest, detain and prosecute motorists along this busy route.
Police mental health
According to Pamela Rono, a Nakuru-based criminal police officer, crime scenes often leave indelible memories, which can lead to sadness.After the operation, officers are exposed to scenes that are upsetting to them. Most police officers are traumatized by images from accidents and death scenes, and most do not share their experiences, leading to despair and eventually deviant behaviour.