Ex-convict butchered his two stepbrothers in cold-blood for allocating him smaller portion of ancestral land, Kiriathi area, Igembe South. The suspect, identified only Ntarangwi is allegedly hacked Charles Kathongi and Joseph Mukaria in cold blood in Kithiari village, Meru County. Prosecutors revealed that they would arraign him with murder.
Just days after Harambee Stars and AFC Leopards fan Juma was killed by assailants believed to be his relatives over a piece of land, a family in Meru has been hit with double tragedy after their killer brother turned the sword against his blood and ended the lives of two of his brothers.
CUE has once again revoked Sakaja's degree for the second time, dashing hopes of Sakaja to become city next governor. According to reports, Team University in Uganda has confirmed that Sakaja indeed enrolled for Bachelor of Science in Management,but it is not Bachelor of Science Management (External) as found in Sakaja's documents.
The frequency at which violent homicides are being reported has become unnerving among families and law enforcement agencies in recent months. What started as an ordinary argument between siblings quickly escalated and got out of hand as suddenly as it began. Police in Meru are holding a middle-aged man alleged to have killed his two stepbrothers after accusing them that they had allocated him a smaller portion of their ancestral land.
The Commission for University Education rejected Senator Johnson Sakaja's degree recognition certificate for the second time on Thursday, putting his governorship bid in jeopardy once more. CUE had validated the document on June 6, 2022, but reversed its decision after learning that the degeree was not real.
The Commission on University Education (CUE) has officially revoked the accreditation of Senator Johnson Sakaja's degree from Team University, Uganda, dealing a significant setback to his bid to become the city's next governor. In a letter to the chairperson of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), Wafula Chebukati, Mwenda Ntarangwi, CEO of CUE, declared that the Commission no longer recognizes the Senator's degree.
The absence of evidence from the Senator, the National Council on Higher Education, or Team University that Sakaja attended the university was the deciding factor in the decision to revoke his degree. In Ntarangwi's words, "the degree certificate is insufficient to indicate that Sakaja studied either physically or through distance learning and that he holds an academic degree" because "he failed to submit even the most fundamental evidence of study and the process of receiving a degree."
Insecurities have become a common issue in our societies. It's just the other day at Garrisa where kenyans were Attacked by Alshabaab whereby several were killed and others rushed into hospital. Kenyans are asking government to provide enough security in such areas. Since it's political season, most of the politicians are ignoring their people and majoring in campaigns.
The degree of Johnson Sakaja, a candidate for governor of Nairobi, has once more been cancelled by the Commission for University Education (CUE). CUE Secretary Mwenda Ntarangwi wrote to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) stating that the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) candidate had already been informed of the decision and had the right to appeal by the Universities Regulations of 2014.
The Commission for University Education (CUE) has denied the Nairobi Governor applicant Johnson Sakaja's certificate, by and by. In a letter to Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), CUE Secretary Mwenda Ntarangwi said that the choice has proactively been conveyed to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) up-and-comer and that he has the privilege to claim compliant with Universities Regulations 2014.