The forty proverbial days were over for the 'Wash-Wash' guys in Eldoret after police officers in the area rounded them up before making an arrest. The criminals who engage in money laundering has been linked to car theft syndicate in the area. Police arrested one suspect who had Sh1million in his possession put in a carrier bag and was also driving a private car alleged to have been got through theft.
An Eldoret court has ordered a Moi-era district criminal investigations officer (DCIO) to return government property worth Sh40 million that was allocated to him in 1995, purportedly with the authorisation of the late President Daniel Moi. The court ordered that the land, Eldoret Municipality Block 7/272 measuring 0.1449ha on Nandi Road, near Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital, be returned to the government.
With the second surge wave of corona virus has complicated matrix in various economy sectors. The goverment of Kenya through ministry of health has insisted kenyans to adhere to ministry of health covid-19 protocol guidelines measures such as keep social distancing and wearing facemasks. These measures are seen to be one way of curb the spread of virus. The goverment have been appreciating the health workers their good work. Virus has hit hard in health sector where some frontline medics have succumb to covid-19.
Located on Nandi Road, Eldoret town is the Moi University College of Health Sciences (CHS) which trains various cadres of healthcare: medicine, dentistry, nursing, physiotherapy, public health and medical psychology. Moi University School of Medicine located in Nandi Road Photo|Courtesy The campus is situated within the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) and boasts of producing the finest medics in Kenya, the likes of Ouma Oluga and former health PS Nicholas Muraguri. Just like other campuses, the institution