The name Duncan Ondimu may not be very synonymous with millions of Kenyans as it has hardly been common outside the courtrooms. However, lawbreakers and litigants in the corridors of justice might have come across Ondimu and his fearlessness in one instance or the other. Ondimu is a Senior Principal Prosecution Counsel in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP), a capacity he has held diligently since 2013.
A few days after the government through the Ministry of Education announced all schools shall be reopened on 4 January 2021, debates to close schools again have started. The government has this Thursday been told to close schools again for the safety of students and teachers. According to Education Specialist Jasper Ondimu, COVID-19 is rapidly spreading in learning institutions and is now asking the government to close schools again. While speaking on NTV, he said that the government has no otherwise but close
Photo: Ex-Soilder Peter Mwaura Mugure Peter Mwaura Mugure who is a former millitary Soilder is the prime suspect in the murder of his wife and two children. While speaking to the high court, the Director of public prosecution said that they are not against the former soldier's request to represent himself. The Laikipia Airbase, prosecutor Duncan Ondimu asserted that the suspect has been warned about the consequences of self-representation in capital offences. In what happens to be a new twist in the case, the
Administration police officer Corporal Sammy Ondimu is not new among kenyans. The officer has been trending following his humanitarian work that has earn him alot of respect and recommendation among his seniors. Born and brought up in Kisii the youthful Ondimu joined administration police and since then he has been a God send person to police service who has been a good ambassador portraying a good image of police service.
He is well known for his humanitarian service and motivational talks this is descriptions of Administration Police Corporal Sammy Ondimu Taking to his social media the officer has expressed appeal to kenyans over fate of a family living in a bush in Kisii. According to the officer he was disturbed by the story that was aired by Citizen TV today evening about the family that have been forced by abject of the poverty to live in the bush.
Photo:The police.The teaching fraternity in Gucha of Kisii county are left groping in darkness as some of their own are dying in a series. The latest ocurred yesterday evening when Mr.George Ondimu died in hospital after a short illness.Untill his untimly ddemise,the late Ondimu was teaching at Marongo PAG secondary school. Gucha Secondary Schools Heads Association chairman Jailus Onchoke said the teaching fraternity has lost a very devoted teacher. Ondimu's death comes barely a day when another teacher
Police service has always been know for very many contravartial scenes. Police have always been known to be very arrogant to many. In recent past we have had police brutalising the normal mwananchi. Recently in Nairobi police were caught on camera beating up mlango saba MCA. This incidence lead to many kenyans demand for IPOA to investigate the issue. Sammy Ondimu Ngare a popular police and an artist has always tried to change minds of many people on how they perceive police having bad characters. Sammy ondimu
Popular police officer Sammy Ondimu Ngare alias 'Askari ni binadamu' has had to comment on the ongoing online debate about the new police uniforms. Sammy is among police officers who have always loved their job. Sammy has been involved in many projects in the society aimed at helping those in need . Photo courtesy: Sammy Ondimu Ngare Mr Ondimu took on his media page to ask police officers not to look at the uniform but to concentrate on service delivery to the people. He explained that uniform is only worn for
James Ondimu is an electrical engineer graduate from Technical University of Kenya. Like most graduates, he has been unable to secure any employed but unlike the rest he has come up with a way of earning. Ondimu has created an app that he claims can verify valid phone calls, messages and contacts, this helping in identifying cons and frauders.
Clement Ondimu 26, seen in Kisii town streets in search for an investor to help actualize his dreams. Ondimu is an Electrical Engineering graduate from the Technical University of Kenya who completed his degree back in 2019. He opted to major in coding and app development where he developed an app he claims can protect Kenyan’s and companies from fraudsters.