A motorist was arrested and arraigned in court for biting a police officer during a confrontation at a filling station along Limuru Road Parklands, Nairobi. The suspect was accused of biting the police officer's ear when he tried to de-escalate a confrontation at the fuel station. According to court documents, the suspect became unruly after he was asked by the fuel station's security guards to park his vehicle aside and minimize the traffic jam at the entrance.
Alai was arrested on July 24,2021 after the musician Ringtone Apoko lodged a complain to Kilimani Police Station. The singer alleged that Alai refused to drive on a junction when the traffic light turned green. He highlighted that he tried to gestured him to give a way so that he can pass but instead Alai started following his car.
Most of the time, the Kenyan courts have been applauded for delivering justice. A post by sikika road safety has attracted the attention of many kenyans. This is after they revealed that a motorists had been freed on a ksh50,000 fine for allegedly killing a seven year old pupil.
Elizabeth Karimi At Kibera courts Withdrawing money that another person has wrongfully sent you might land you in prison. That time you receive the money and think you have won a jackpot as you rush to withdraw it to the nearest M-Pesa agent shop before the sender reverses it might be the first day of your journey to prison.
A woman of Friday pleaded guilty to accusations of subjecting her eight-year-old daughter to cruel punishment. The lady reportedly injured her daughter's head, scratched her face, and cut her head. The Woman admitted to the charges before Senior Magistrate Philip Mutua of Kibera Law Courts.
Hours ago, a renown road safety platform known as Sikika strongly opposed the setting free of a man whose name is Rodgers Omondi. The man is beleived to have knocked down and killed a seven years old pupil using his car at a zebra crossing that is near the Lang'ata Baracks gate in Nairobi on March 26th 2019.
Controversial blogger Robert Alai has been granted a KSh 300,00 cash bail after denying charges causing grievous harm to controversial gospel singer Alex Apoko alias Ringtone. Photo: Original. The blogger who failed to take plea last week after the Director of Public Prosecution recalled the file to amend the assault charges initially placed, appeared before Kibera Senior Principal Magistrate Philip Mutua.
Top City Blogger Robert Alai has been released on a cash bail of Ksh300,000 and an alternative bond of Ksh1 million with a surety of a similar amount. Alai pleaded not guilty to causing grievous injuries to musician Alex Apoko AKA Ringtone . He was presented before Kibera Law Courts magistrate Philip Mutua.
Mr Bakar Hussein Mohammed had gone to buy an Mpesa agent account in Kitengela, Kajiado County on July 14 when he mistakenly sent Ksh 271,000 float money to the wrong account. On receiving the money in her mpesa agent account in Kitengela, Businesswoman Elizabeth Karimi Muthoni decided to withdraw the money.
A middle-aged businesswoman from Nairobi is facing a jail term after she was arrested and taken to court for withdrawing and using the money that was mistakenly sent to her M-Pesa account. The woman identified as Elizabeth Karimi Muthoni could stay in prison for 2 years after she pleaded guilty of the offense after being arraigned on Monday, August 16.
Robert Alai is a Kenyan blogger who was arrested for allegedly assaulting gospel singer Alex Apoko popularly known as Ringtone. Ringtone arrived at Kibera law courts in an ambulance for the hearing of the case that was assaulted a week ago. He was today charged before Kibera senior magistrate Philip Mutua.
A businesswoman who received a whopping Sh 271,200 erroneously sent to her M-PESA account will pay a fine of Sh 200,000 or serve a jail term of two years after pleading guilty to theft charges. Elizabeth Karimu Muthoni pleaded guilty that on July 14 she was accused of stealing the money in Kitengela, Kanjiando County.
Keeping money sent wrongly to your mpesa or even bank account with the knowledge that it is there is considered a criminal act that could see one face charges in the law courts of kenya.￼ Elizabeth Karimi Muthoni, Standing Before Kibera Senior Principal Magistrate Philip Mutua On Charges Of Keeping Money Wrongly Sent To Her Mpesa Account [I/C].
Blogger Robert Alai, on Monday August 9th denied charges of causing harm to musician Alex Apoko popularly known as Ringtone. Alai appeared before Kibera senior principal magistrate Philip Mutua and denied assaulting the musician, whereby, he was released on sh.1 million bail or an alternative cash bail of sh.300,000.
Kenyan blogger Robert Alai has been on a cash bail of sh. 300,000 and an alternative bond of sh. 1,000,000. He had been charged with attacking and injuring gospel artist Ringtone Apoko. He caused grievous injuries on Apoko which saw him admitted at Kenyatta National Hospital.
Kibera senior principal magistrate Philip Mutua has sentenced Hussein Otieno to 15 months imprisonments or a fine of sh.5000.This was after he pleaded guilty on the charges he was accused of.Otieno is said to have grabbed sh.
A garbage collector allegedly attacked his wife removing her teeth. Felix Ochieng Owino appeared in Kibera Law Courts on September 3, 2020. Mr. Ochieng was charged with causing severe harm to his partner, reports Nation. Felix Ochieng had a quarrel with her spouse Ruth Anyone at home in Silang Kibera on August 1. The wife returned from her parents' home and found her husband at home. Ms. Anyona told her husband her family was facing hardship and they required support from them. Felix was fierce and allegedly