The Kenya National Highways Authority (KENHA) has cautioned motorists against using a section of Uhuru Highway following heavy rains that caused flooding on Saturday morning, November 27. This comes after a section of Nairobi experienced a heavy downpour in the previous night causing much floodings. According to the source, KENHA has listed the regions that will experience rainfall include Nairobi, Machakos, Makueni, Kitui, Taita-Taveta, Kiambu, Murang’a, Kirinyaga, Meru, Embu and Tharaka.
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.
Drama has been witnessed in Kirinyaga as 14 students from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary headed home for the midterm break jumped off a moving car ferrying them home dissapering into the bush. [Photo Used For Illustration] The students boarded a 2NK matatu from school as usual.
In the country, there has been several car accidents that have been the death of many a people who are families in private cars. Picture courtesy. Image of a car crash. These accidents have sometimes been caused by human errors and sometimes by circumstances that were totally unavoidable on the roads.
Businessmen from Nyeri have voiced their expectations to ODM leader Raila Odinga ahead of his visit to the region this week. On Monday, businessmen drawn from the county said they were looking forward to Raila’s trip, saying they were ready to give him their votes.
This image is for illustrations only. Photo: Courtesy Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Department in Kirinyaga are looking for ten students who escaped from a Nairobi bound matatu. The students from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary were going to Nairobi from Karatina for mid-term break as ordered by the government. However on approaching Kibingoti along the Nyeri-Nairobi highway, the 2NK Sacco driver John Maina, sensed a strong aroma of cannabis sativa coming from the back of the the matatu. John Maina
14 Students Jump Through The Windows Of A Moving Matatu After They Were Busted Doing The Unthinkable
Students are currently going home for their midterm break. However, not all students go home from school as some engage in parties before going home. This is the case of 14 students from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary school, who decided to start their party inside a 2nK SACCO matatu while on transit to Nairobi.
Two people were found dead in two separate accidents on the Makutano-Sagana and Kagio-Kutus roads in Kirinyaga County. The first accident took place on Saturday evening at Tana Garden along Makutano -Sagana road where a youthful man died after he was hit by a 14-seater Nissan matatu from Nairobi.
Over the recent few months, there have been deadly accidents on the Kenyan roads that have claimed many a lives especially on the Nairobi-Nakuru Highway. Image from the scene. Picture courtesy. The Nairobi-Nakuru highway has become the death of many Kenyans who use the road on a daily basis for their various trips to Nairobi and back as more and more accidents happen.
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.
Boda boda riders have fallen victims of nasty road accidents which have claimed their lives in the recent days. A boda boda rider and his two pillion passengers are feared to have lost their lives after they were involved in a very nasty road accident along the Nyeri Karatina highway.
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.
Mystery in Karatina bus station, Kirinyaga. Rogue students have been caught satisfying themselves in a Matatu. Going by the reports, the students jumped from the windows of a moving Nairobi bound matatu, after they were caught. According to the driver, the students are from Fred’s Grammer Mixed Secondary school.
Photo Courtesy. Images were taken from previous incidents DCI officers based in Kirinyaga are currently looking for 14 students, who are said to have jumped from a moving matatu through the windows. The matatu was heading to Nairobi. According to a report by the DCI, the students were from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary school.
File image of a 14 seater matatu. There was a dramatic scene when a Nairobi Bound matatu driver busted on Students smoking weed while on their way to Nairobi according to a report by the DCI. The 14 pupils were from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary school who boarded the Matatu belonging to 2NK SACCO at the Karatina bus stage, on their way to their midterm vacation.
DCI detectives based in Kirinyaga are looking for 14 high school students who escaped from a Nairobi bound moving matatu after being found smoking bhang. (Photo Courtesy) According to the statement from the DCI investigations, the culprit students were from Fred's Grammer Mixed Secondary school.
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.
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.
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.