On Saturday night, police from Kitengela paid an unexpected visit to a notorious strip club and detained the manager after receiving a tip from distraught members of the public. A group of police officers, accompanied by Jonah Maraphash, the chairman of the Liquor and Alcohol licensing board in Kajiado county, invaded the nightclub at around 1:00 a.m., surprising the patrons who were unaware of any trouble brewing.
Roots Presidential Candidate George Wajackoyah is the only Presidential Candidate yet to cast his Vote after failed identification by the Kiems Kit. Wajackoyah arrived at 10:10 am to cast his Vote at indangalasia Primary school in Matungu constituency in a Convoy. After the Kiems Kit failed to identify him, he talked to the president officer and then left.
Ilbisi town residents are crying foul after the price of fuel skyrocketed. After the government ended it's subsidy program on fuel, the prices have since been seen going high. In this town along the Namanga road boundary, as from yesterday it's only one pump which had fuel.
Today the Kenya Kwanza Alliance brigades stormed Narok and Kajiado Counties as they drummed support for DP Ruto's Presidential bid in the forthcoming elections. The entourage made entries in Kitengela and Namanga in Kajiado County where the DP continued his onslaught against the government over interference with IEBC.
Rembo classic has been involved in tragic road accident along Namanga Road heading to Kitengela. Several people has sustained severe injuries and has been rushed to the nearest hospital for medical checkup and treatment to avoid any complication that may arise due to this horrible incident. Photo courtesy, image used for evidence and illustration purpose only.
Acute fuel shortages in some areas of the nation have forced gas stations to offer a litre of gasoline for Ksh250 as President William Ruto's administration works against the clock to address the situation. Residents in Ilbisil town near Namanga, Kajiado County, expressed outrage on Saturday, September 17, after being compelled to pay Ksh250 for gasoline instead of the Ksh179.30 recommended by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority ( EPRA).
Following two days of media speculation that the military is involved in re-carpeting of the Kisian- Bondo road ahead of Raila Odinga's inauguration senior KENHA officials have come out to set the record straight. First, the senior officials from Kenya Roads and Highways Authority said that the 55km stretch was undergoing routine maintenance from Kisian to Bondo for Sh700 million.
The Kenya Kwanza Alliance brigades stormed Narok and Kajiado Counties as they made stopovers in Kitengela, Namanga, Ntulele selling their bottom up economic model as they campaign for the Kenya Kwanza Presidential Candidate, William Ruto. William Ruto took the opportunity to adress the issue of IEBC while calling upon for free and fair elections.
Residents of Kajiando have witnessed a very shocking incident a few hours ago, where a very nasty road accident has occurred along Nairobi Namanga road killing three people at the spot. Photo courtesy, image used for evidence purpose only. According to the report, this grisly road accident has involved a personal vehicle and a lorry.
Presidential aspirant Professor George Wajackoyah of Roots Party has endured a difficult day after it emerged he was the only Presidential aspirant who has so far not voted due to a technical problem with the malfunctioning of the kits. Wajackoyah had went to vote at around 10 a.m to Indangalasia Primary School when the Kenya Integrated Elections Management System kits failed to work necessitating assistance from the IEBC headquarters for further directives.Also in Namulungu,Mirere,Namanga and Khalaba polling stations have experienced delays in voting for over four hours.
Kenya Kwanza Alliance flag bearer William Ruto on Saturday took his campaigns to Kajiado and Narok counties. His tour started in Namanga in Kajiado South Constituency and he later went to Kitengela in Kajiado East Constituency. The team later head to Supa Nkapu in Narok before proceeding Ntulele in Narok East Constituency.
Sigh of Relief For Kenyans as Flour Prices are Set To Reduce Drastically Following Munya's Directive
Kenyan households which have been feeling the burden occasioned by the rising cost of living and basic necessities such as flour and cooking oil are set to get temporary cushioning from the adverse effects of the economy after Agriculture cabinet secretary Peter Munya withdrew all importation levies for maize and animal feeds.
The minister for education Peter Munya on Tuesday expressed governments commitment to ensuring basic commodities are affordable and lower the cost of living. speaking at the Namanga border, he had said the government will gazette a suspension of the levies imposed on imported maize. Flour millers had protested the over taxation of maize from Uganda that is against the East African trade tariffs.
An image of Agriculture CS Peter Munya (Photo/Courtesy) While speaking to the press at the Namanga border on Tuesday, the Cabinet Secretary in charge of Agriculture Peter Munya disclosed that the government would be suspending all levies on imports for maize and animal feed products effective 1st July, 2022.
Kenyans using Ugali as their daily meals this is after Agriculture Cabinet secretary Peter Munya to suspend all levies imposed on imported maize, in pursuit of lower cost of the staple will only cut the price of flour by Sh2 for a two-kilo packet. Speaking at the Namanga at border, Mr Munya said the government will gazette a directive by end of Thursday that will suspend the levies imposed on imported maize in a bid to lower the cost of flour that is now retailing at Sh210 for a two-kilo packet.
The economy of Kenya at the moment is so alarming since the cost of most commodities have now risen up.The commonly used commodities have now doubled including Maize flour which is the staple food for most Kenyans. The cost of 2kg maize flour which used to be 100ksh now goes at 200ksh something that really shocked many.
The Government has suspended all levies imposed on maize imported into the country from around the country. The move is set to reduce to reduce maize flour prices which hit a new record in the last two weeks. Agriculture Cabinet Secretary, Peter Munya says the INITIATIVE will last for 90 days starting from July first until the next harvest.
Kenyans are now in joy as they can now breathe a sigh of relief after Agriculture Cabinet secretary Hon. Peter Munya suspended all levies on import of maize and animal feed products effective from 1st July. The initiative is aimed at lowering the cost of maize, flour and animal feed products in the country 90 days before the next maize harvesting period.
The CS stated that the directive would assist in lowering the price of maize flour, which has risen to more than Sh200 for a 2kg bag. "The government is looking into ways and means of bringing down the cost of unga so that consumers can afford it," CS Munya said after inspecting the importation of maize from Tanzania at the Namanga Border Post.
Kenyans have been pushed to the tough economic wall as prices of almost all items in the marked went unbearably up. Politicians haves been using the harsh commodity prices as campaign tool to woo Kenyans to their political sides. However, the government has been adamant that the high prices cut across the globe, and are are particularly affected by the on going war between Ukraine and Russia.