Students from Friend's grammar mixed secondary school boarded a 2NK matatu to head to Nairobi following the mid term break that commenced today until 23rd November. Most schools released their students to get to their respective homes. When the students boarded the matatu and their journey set off, they did not hesitate as they started using it all sorts of drugs that they had gathered not keeping in mind that they are still minors.
DCI are tracing whereabouts of fourteen students who escaped from a moving matatu after they were busted smoking weed. According to information shared on Facebook, the fourteen students from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary school had boarded the Matatu belonging to 2NK SACCO at the Karatina bus stage, headed for the midterm break.
The Nyeri-Nairobi Highways is one of the busiest roads in the country as it leads to many parts of the country that are accessed through this road. Picture Courtesy. Image used for illustration. The Northern corridor of Kenya is accessed through this road that branches off in different sections as it heads to the famous town of Nyeri.
Reports of 14 students who risked their lives and dramatically jumped out of a moving vehicle after being busted smoking bhang emerged online eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans. According to reports police officers based at Kirinyaga are searching for fourteen students from Fred's Grammar mixed secondary school who jumped from a moving matatu and disappeared.
A grisly road accident has occurred in Nyeri-Nairobi highway after a truck collided with two motorcycle, with the one of the motorcycle riders dying on the spot.
Detectives officers based in Kirinyaga County are now in pursuit of fourteen students who jumped through the windows of a moving bus. The students who were heading home for their half term break were bursted smoking bang while others enjoying alcohol in a matatu heading to Nairobi. The students who were identified to come from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary school had boarded the 2NK SACCO bus at the Karatina bus stage.
Kirinyaga County detectives are searching for 14 students who jumped from a moving 2NK Sacco matatu going to Nairobi. The Directorate of Criminal Investigation confirmed on Friday, November 19, that pupils from Fred's Grammar Mixed Secondary School boarded the matatu to Karatina town for their mid-term holiday.
Protests rocked different parts of the country following the Friday arrest of the Mathira member of parliament, Rigathi Gachagua. These protests intensified mostly in Mathira constituency where police officers robbed teargas cannisters to disperse the rowdy crowd. Transport along the Nyeri-Nairobi highway was also halted for hours as the protesters engaged the police in running battles.
Mathira member of parliament Rigathi Gachagua, was arrested today morning at his home, Nyeri county by detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). The lawmaker was ferried immediately to Nairobi for further interrogations following allegations of scandalous deals amounting to around 12 billion. Gachagua has also been accused of money laundering.
Kirinyaga based detectives are looking for students who jumped out of a moving matatu to escape arrest after they were busted smoking bhang inside matatu. According to the DCI, the students from Fred’s Grammer Mixed Secondary school had boarded the Nairobi route matatu and they were headed for their mid-term break.
Mr Gachagua has been arrested today on Friday morning by detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations and has been transported to Nairobi. After his arrest protest broke out in Karatina over the arrest of Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua, Nyeri-Nairobi highway had been temporarily blocked. According to Nation, detectives said they have finalised investigating the MP whereby the investigation was about tenders involving companies associated with Mp Gachagua name, putting the legislator in trouble over Sh12 billion said to have passed through his accounts.
One person feared dead following a grisly road accident involving a private car and motorcycle along the Nyeri-Nairobi Highway at Maithaitha. The accident comes months after a Bodaboda rider was crashed to death by a speeding trailer at Mombasa. Despite the traffic rules put in place, road accidents have now become incessant and we can't take this anymore. It is high time, traffic police officers should crack the whip to get rid of these road accident and if it's by revoking driving licences of rogue drivers,
Today in the morning, the residents of Mathira constituency in Nyeri county woke up only to hear some worrying news from the DCI. This news is the arrest of their member of parliament, hon Righati Gachagua who was arrested today in the morning. His arrest caused some tensions in the country as he is known to be coming from tangatanga camp which is perceived to be the main target of the goverment agencies.
Two people have been confirmed dead after a grisly road accident that happened on Friday morning along the busy Nyeri-Nairobi Highway near Wambugu Farm area in Nyeri county. According to Othaya Global news, the accident involved a probox and a Toyota Nissan from 2NK Sacco. "Grisly road accident at Wambugu Farm area near Nyer town along Nyeri - Karatina road involving a 2NK Sacco Nissan matatu and a Probox. Two passengers in the Probox feared dead,"@Othaya Global reported. Below are reactions from Kenyans. "Pole
Protests broke out in Karatina over the arrest of Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua; Nyeri-Nairobi highway temporarily blocked. Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua; he says he is yet to know the charges against him. “I don’t think there was a contest between the President and the Deputy President….
Today on July 22nd, morning, Gigathi Gachagua was arrested at his home ground at Nyeri County, where he was arrested by DCI detectives at his Nyeri home at 5am. From standard media news, Wahome Gikonyo said that, detectives who were 15 in number, did not give reasons for the lawmaker’s arrest.
The arrest of Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua has sparked protests in Karatina, with the Nyeri-Nairobi route being briefly closed. Officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) arrested Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua in connection with an alleged Ksh.12 billion scandal. A team of more than 20 detectives came at the legislator's Nyeri house about 4 a.m. on Friday, according to reports.
Chaos have broke out in Karatina as residents protest over the arrest of Mathira Constituency Member of Parliament (MP) Rigathi Gachagua. The MP was arrested earlier in the morning by DCI officers who stormed his premises as early as 4.00am. The reason behind his arrest was not clearly indicated, with majority speculating that he was arrested over the ongoing Ksh12 billion theft case.
Friday 23rd July 2021. The residents of Nyeri have taken to the streets to demand the immediate release of their area member of parliament Rigathi Gachagua. Gachagua was arrested earlier this morning by the Director of Criminal investigation officers at his residence in Nyeri. The residents blocked the Nyeri Nairobi highway and chose not to stop until their leader is released.