KTN is reeling from losing one of the best investigative journalists in the country after Brian Obuya called it quits on Friday, September 3 at the popular broadcasting TV station after close to six years of service. Obuya penned a farewell message to the media house and his colleagues for the opportunity they granted him to serve and learn and acknowledged he was leaving KTN with bags of experience related to his line of duty.
File photo: previous photo of women in Saudi Arabia Kenyans are usually known for their enduring resilience. Many Kenyan women in an effort to makes ends meet have decided to make tough decisions and seek greener pastures abroad in a move to ensure survival. However, reports indicate that all is not good on the other side as many have experienced the harsh side of human nature, being mistreated and subjected to suffering and torture from their employers.
Resident of Kabonyo village Rachuonyo North sub-County, Homa Bay County were engulfed in grief after a form one student was buried alive by a quarry and four others left in serious condition while harvesting sand. Onyango Odhiambo, 15, a student at St Joseph’s Kobuya Mixed Secondary School was not luck as he died on the spot while his other four companions were rescued by well-wishers and taken to Miriu Health Center where they are receiving treatment.
Caroline Kangogo, a police corporal who was attached to a court in Nakuru county has hit headlines for the last few days after she was linked to the murder of her lover John Ogweno in Nakuru. The officer who is currently on the run has also been linked to the gruesome murder of another man identified as Peter Ndwiga, a Ruiru resident whom she met in a guest house in Thika with the meeting ending in the death of the man.
Nation Media Group has yet again raided the Standard Media Group by poaching one of its top talents. Brian Obuya, who was known for his crime and investigative reports, announced that he will henceforth be working for Nation Media Group. The journalist made the announcement on his Facebook page where he shared an image of him being welcomed by a former colleague at The STandard Media Group Fridah Mwaka.
Kenya Television Network (KTN) News’s top-rated investigative reporter has called it quits. Brian Obuya announced his resignation after over five years with the station on Friday, September 3. “I have today left KTN News after a fruitful six years. Thank you for being a great audience and big motivation.
The county government of Homa Bay has suspended all the revenue collection in all open -air market in the region for the next 30 days. In a statement send to newsrooms, the CEC in charge of Finance Nicholas Obuya Koriko said the move is in line with directives from the National government to decongest places. Obuya further said the move is aimed at minimising congestion in open air market to help restrain the spread of the deadly Corona Virus. "Following the directives that were given by the Nationa
Former KTN news investigative reporter Edwin Obuya has joined Nation Media group’s NTV. “To some personal News; after a 3-week break. Your favorite Crime & Investigative reports will now come to you Live from the Nation Centre.” Obuya posted on Facebook. The sassy Journalist trooped to social media to announce this latest development.
Brian Obuya announced his resignation after over five years with the station on Friday. "I have today left KTN News after a fruitful six years. Thank you for being a great audience and big motivation. See you soon," Obuya stated. In a goodbye to his colleagues, Obuya thanked them for helping him to grow into a fully-baked investigative journalist.
Kiterere locals in Suna West have praised the culmination of another scaffold over waterway Nyamahiriria and street network which has been a mission vow since 1992. The scaffold has been utilized as a mission vow by numerous lawmakers in Suna West to charm citizens in the distant town yet disregard the vow in the wake of being chosen for office.