Third Wave Crisis has caused panic across the country and the world as the COVID-19 positivity rate stays at 17% as new infections surge.In Kenya the ministry of health announced 1,279 new infections raising the caseload to 116, 310.
Apollo Njuki, a man from Kirinyaga has finally decided to open up about his family's daily life that he says is slowly killing him from within due to the fear of the unknown.
Tharaka Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki on Friday, April 23 revealed that health facilities put up to handle Covid-19 cases have been overwhelmed.Mr Njuki told residents at Igambang’ombe Sub County that the isolation wards at Chuka Referral Hospital had no more room.Speaking during the burial of Josephat Kithaka whom he described as a close friend, Njuki said with no space to accommodate more, people had been forced to look for space outside the county.
The covid 19 pandemic has continued to ravage African countries despite the arrival of the covid jab.In Kenya, a family is mourning after the deadly virus claimed two family members leaving two in critical condition.
A few days ago the minister of health Mutahi Kagwi announced the shortage of oxygen in public hospitals around the country because of the increase in the number patient of Corona virus.
Third Wave Crisis has caused alarm upon the nation and the world as the COVID-19 energy rate stays at 17% as new contaminations flood.In Kenya the service of wellbeing declared 1,279 new contaminations raising the caseload to 116, 310.
In the recent past, cases concerning defilement have been on the rise, raising alarm across the country.A man in Kirinyaga county has shocked the world by doing a heinous act to a minor. Mr Njuki ( not his real name) is currently in custody after reportedly defiling his 5 years old daughter in Njeki-ini village. According to the report released by Anthony Mbogo, the Gichuguu Police commander as well as the publication done by Citizen, the 35 years old was arrested after the chief and the police were informed
The famous stronghold Tharaka Nithi County has now developed a serious fracture as the key leaders takes different political ambitions on the BBI campaign. Tharaka Nithi County from the time memorial has been known to fully support the ruling government and hence nicknamed as "the stronghold". This is not the case as per now as governor Njuki and his 2022 rival gubernatorial aspirant Senator professor Kithure Kindiki split over the BBI. According to the report on the ground, governor Muthomi Njuki vowed to lead
In the midst of 2019, news outlets reported that Tharaka-Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki was in a terrible space following the underwear curse that allegedly befell him after hundreds of women stormed his office, administering the curse. The women who came from different parts of Tharaka-Nithi county including Chuka/Igambang’ombe, Maara, and Tharaka constituencies proceeded to dump their underwear at the governor's office. Their act reflected their annoyance over the disrespect channeled to the women hailing
Embattled Tharaka Nithi County boss Muthomi Njuki was recently suspended by the Njuri Ncheke from being a senior elder. According to the elders' council, Muthomi's suspension will remain in place until he is cleared of his graft charges. Following the new development, Njuki will not be able to undertake any duty on behalf of Njuri Ncheke. At the same time, he will not be attending any gatherings by the council until further notice. The title of a senior elder is automatically bestowed on all elected leaders,
Apollo Njuki at Ndimaini Village in Kirinyaga County exhibits two pictures of his wife and son who passed on from a degenerative disease.For Apollo Njuki’s family, every day is crammed with a sense of concession to their doom.
The Court will today rule on bail/bond terms for Tharaka Nithi Governor, Muthomi Njuki, and 16 others over Sh34.9M fraud charges at the county. The prosecution is seeking stringent terms including barring the Governor from accessing the office. The prosecution will also seek that the county officials charged be barred from accessing their offices and that the Governor and co-accused be barred from contacting witnesses and to deposit their passports in court. Governor Njuki and his co-accused yesterday appeared
After spending a couple of two nights in the colds of police custody,the Tharaka Nithi Governor-Muthomi Njuki, now enjoys the his freedom after the Nairobi court has granted him a Sh6 million cash bail or Sh10 million bond. Njuki together with other county officials, were barred from accessing county offices until the corruption case that they are alleged with ceases. The Chief Magistrate Douglas Ogoti,gave the rulling that the accused will only get permitted to access the county offices and its premises in
The cornered Tharaka Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki and sixteen other defendants were taken to Milimani Magistrate's Court on Wednesday, September 9 to answer charges of embezzlement of KSh 34.9 million in public funds. The case is still in progress as the majority of residents in tharaka nithi county enjoy the move and the justice done. Honourable Njuki and other suspects gallantly denied the charges against them. Tharaka Nithi governor however was released on 6 million cash bail. Inflating issues further,the
Tharaka-Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki, charged in a Sh34.9 million corruption case, says he is confident that he will soon be vindicated. Addressing hundreds of members of the clergy from the county, who gathered in Chuka town to pray for him on Friday, Governor Njuki said when he joined politics in 2013, he knew well that the work comes with many challenges. He said most of his current problems resulted from his decision to work with commoners, ignoring some of his political friends with personal interests.
According to the survey done on the performance of counties on development,some counties were ranked as top performing and others and worst performing.Meru and Taita taveta were among the worst performing and therefore the governors have to this counties have reacted to the report.photo courtesy. Taita Taveta Governor Granton Samboja has dismissed his poor ranking in the latest Infotrak survey on the performance of counties as inconsistent with the realities on the ground. Mr Samboja yesterday said the poll
The streets of Tharaka Nithi earlier today we're painted by great convoys of the deputy governor amid summoning of county governor. The main objective of the rally was to assure the residents that all county functions will continue as planned regardless of absence of governor Muthomi Njuki. Njuki is faced by allegations about embezzlement of county fund. Earlier this week the usage and tendering of waste project in the county was a question by EACC . The project is believe to cost around 34 millions in lump
Tharaka Governor Muthomi NjukiPHOTO|COURTESY Tharaka Governor Nithi Onesmus Muthomi Njuki will remain in custody awaiting trial following his arrest on Monday, September 7. Njuki presented himself at the offices of the Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC), after Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji issued a warrant for his arrest and charge of corruption. According to an investigation by Haji's office, Njuki awarded a tender worth KSh 34.9 million for waste collection in the county but did not follow
Journalists forcefully made their way in to the court chambers during the hearing of Tharaka Nithi Governor, Muthomi Njuki bail term ruling after security officers claimed that they were under strict instructions not to allow any media inside the court chambers. According to K24 Television, the journalists decried the denial and therefore resorted to walk past the security agents at the entry doors to at least cover the proceedings. Governor Njuki has however been released on a six million cash bail after spending
In Meru, the code of conduct among the leaders and the community at large is kept in check by the supreme council of elders , the Njuri Michele . Over ages , the council has been known for its strict decisions, which includes excommunication from the community to those found to have broken the codes of regulations . The embattled Tharaka Nithi governor H.E Muthomi Njuki has become the recent victim of the wrath of these elders, after they yesterday resolved to suspend him as one of the senior elders in the council