Doctors attached to Eldoret Referral Hospital have retrieved a three-metre branch that had stucked inside the body of an 11-year-old boy after he fell down from a tree in Busia County. The class three boy and a resident of Mayole village, Nambale Sub-county, was allegedly pricked by the three metre long tree branch at his left armpit.
Unbelievable incidence has been reported at Eldoret referral hospital after a tree branch was removed from a class three pupil who fell from a tree. According to reports, the pupil was pierced by a tree branch in Busia near Nambale before he was rushed to nearby local clinic.
In Mayole village, Nambale sub-county, a family was left in shock and sadness after an incident that happened to their child. The grade three pupil who is aged eleven was climbing a tree as he usually does when he mistakenly missed a step and fell. What separated him from the ground was a pointed three-meter long tree trunk that went right into his body aided by the force of gravity and pressure laws ( a pointed object has less contact area, therefore, applies more pressure).
Doctors from Eldoret Referral Hospital have successfully eliminated a three-meter branch that had lodged itself in the body of an 11-year-old boy when he fell from a tree in Busia County. The class three pupil, applauding from Mayole village, Nambale Sub-county, was pierced by the branch under his left armpit; it went through his neck and out his face cheek.
Currently the spirit of burning schools is on a hike amongst most students. The Education sector have sat and discussed to see what might be the push to such happening. This has however bored any results. Most students have been put to cells but the trend of schools going into fire have increasingly going up.
Deputy President William Ruto's convoy was pelted with stones of Saturday during his second day in the Western Region after visiting Busia County. Several youths lit bonfires and blocked the road at Korinda Junction where Ruto's convoy was to pass, stoned it before the team changed their route.
Death strikes once again leaving Kenyans in shock.The Anglican church of Kenya was heaved into mourning after untimely demise of their own dedicated member of the clergy. The late identified as Reverend Duncan Ndeda hailed from Nambale Ack diocese.He was incharge of Osieko parish in the diocese.The news of his death was shared earlier in a Facebook group.He was a softspocken humble man of God who embraced discipline and good morals.Sources revealed that he passed away shortly while receiving treatment in hospital.Earlier this year he urged parents to take good care of their children and motivate them into becoming wise people in the society.
Courtesy As the race to State House picks fire, even though Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission Chairman Wafula Chebukati is yet to declare the seats vacant with now less than months Left, Deputy President William Ruto on Saturday 23, took his bottoms up economic development model campaign in ODM's long political backyard, Busia county.
Kenyans have been left in utter shock after the recent surge in school fires that has raised questions on the safety of the school-going children and what should be done to curb the menace that has threatened to derail secondary education in the country. With the Ministry of Education urging calm as the sector tries to come up with amicable solutions, the rise in demos and fires in schools with students claiming of the congested academic calendar has also resurrected the talks of the abolishment of boarding schools.
I/CMwala girls burning now among 6 in the last 12 hours with one being a primary. The schools being as follows:- 1. Chania Boys 2. Nambale Secondary 3. Mwala Girls 4. Maranda High School 5. St. Marys Riabore Primary School In Nyamira.
A fire razed Mwala Girls high school in Machakos county yesterday night.Like a dark spirir of death,Mwala Girls has joined the list of shame of Kenyan schools that have succumbed to fire.Rampant fires have stubbornly blotted many school dormitories this year with pain,anguish and great losses as the fire ravages one dormitory said to have 216 students.
Another school fire has been reported in Western Region of Kenya at Nambale High School, Business County.Over 200 students spent their night in cold after a fire engulfed their dormitory. The cause of the fire was not immediately established. According to the Deputy commissioner Caroline Onchoka, the school dormitory went on fire while students were in classroom and destroyed all their belongings, including accommodation.
Over 500 students at Maranda boys high school in Siaya county were forced to spend their night in the cold after their dormitory was set ablaze by unknown assailants. According to a trusted source of information, the fire began at around 11:00 pm on Saturday at a dormitory indentified as "Ogango".
The increase in the number of fire cases in schools in the country have been on the rise lately.Today evening,Nambale magnet school in the western region was on fire.Fire razed one of the dormitories in the school but it was contained.No casualties were reported and the number of those injured is yet to be confirmed.
The chief of hustlers narrative, United Democratic Alliance(UDA) party leader and the current Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya Dr. William Samoei Ruto has been visiting different parts of the country in a bid to win voters hearts ahead of 2022 general election. Ruto has been heavily criticizing Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga on political grounds today found himself in a hot soup after rowdy youths from Busia attempted to block his motorcade chanting ODM slogan.
In the last 12 hours, a total of 4 schools have experienced fires namely: 1. Maranda High school in Siaya County 2. Mwala Girls High in Machakos 3. Nambale in Busia 4.Cheplaskei in Uasin Gishu. Kenyans have been left in utter shock after the recent surge in school fires that has raised questions on the safety of the school-going children and what should be done to curb the menace that has threatened to derail secondary education in the country.
Deputy President William Ruto scheduled to address supporters in Busia town during his tour of the Western region. However, his attempts were thwarted by youths who blocked his entourage, forcing him to divert to Nambale town. Several youths who were chanting pro-ODM songs, took control of the Busia-Kakamega highway at Korinda area after word went around that the deputy president would pass their into Busia town
Deputy President William Ruto blamed some leaders whom he termed selfish and are planning to use youths to fight his Campaigns after his motorcade was pelted with stones and roads barricaded in Busia to deny him entry urging youths to shun such leaders. "Hakuna Haja ya Vunjo. Vijana Msikubali Kutumiwa Vibaya tafadhali.
The political temperatures continues to gain momentum as it's bearly 295 days to the general election. On 23rd October (Saturday) the deputy president William Ruto took his "hustler " campaigns to the Western part of the country. The second in command was accompanied by various local leaders from Nambale constituency Busia county.
In Summary. - The Deputy President William Samoe Ruto was today in Western part of Kenya trying to woo support ahead of the 2022 general election. - Speaking to the locals, Ruto drummed up support for his Bottom up economic model which he believes will turn around the economy of the country.