Incidents of young girls going missing in the country have been on the rise with the government doing its best to ensure that these kids are brought back home safely to their families. Picture courtesy. Felistus Muthoni Karimi. According to reliable sources, a young girl by the name of Felistus Muthoni who went missing on the 25th of January, has just been found by her family but in critical condition.
A female student from the Kwamer Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has caused a stir online after she was spotted sitting in water for a whole six hours. The news about her sitting in Bibini River spread like wildfire in the institution attracting the attention of other students.
At least 25 dead bodies have been retrieved from River Yala in recent weeks. Most of the bodies were found in sacks, with some tied up and others damaged signifying that the victims had gone through toucher before being disposed being dumped into the river. One more body was retrieved from the river on Thursday afternoon.
photo used for illustration purposes of River Athi only We are living in a world of daily wonders with no day giing without heinous act being reported. This follows a Swahili saying which says that ' uchungu wa mwana aujuaye ni mzazi,' but this to some people is a dead saying.
The country continues to receive devastating news from the killer River Yala where a huge number of families have retrieved their loved ones who had gone missing for a long time. The river which has been christened as the River of death by some continue to hit media headlines now and then as authorities continue to recover more bodies with some lying at the neighboring mortuaries.
Some of the families to those bodies that were found dumped inside River Yala have identified their loved ones which were dumped inside the river by unknown people. Over ten bodies have already been identified after a DNA test was conducted. A few months ago over 20 bodies are said to have been dumped inside River Yala in a span of 2 years according to police statement.
There was panic in Nanyuki yesterday after the body of an unknown person was discovered floating under the bridge of Nanyuki River. The body was discovered by pedestrians using the bridge. A witness said that he was attracted to the scene after spotting a large group of people staring down the bridge with several motorcycles parked nearby.
A Nairobi trader whose body was discovered among those retrieved from the River Yala on September 3, 2021, has been identified. His family, from Ngurumo village in Mathira West, said that their relative has been found in Siaya County six months after he vanished from Embakasi.
The National Police Service recently delivered a detailed report over Ruto's camp allegations that the State is responsible on the chaos and violence been witnessed by the camp whenever they hold rallies. The police told the UDA camp that their allegations are baseless and and false. The police spokesman, Bruno Shioso stated that they have never received any reports or statements that have been recorded by the police.
Families Of two men who were found dumped in River Yala have called upon the director of criminal investigations along with the inspector General of police, Hillary Mutyambai to conduct an investigation in order to find out what happened to the deceased. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the bodies of the deceased which had been found dumped in River Yala were identified by the families of the deceased who went to confirm whether or not their missing loved ones were in the mortuary.
Sombre mood has engulfed Matayos constituency in Busia County following the bad incident that has been reported. According to the source, three primary school pupils have been reported dead after they drowned in River Sio yesterday where they were swimming. Among the three who died, one is a standard eight girl who was supposed to seat for his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam that will commence on Monday next week.
It is a sad moment to friends, relatives, the Kenya Wildlife Services Fraternity and among Kenyans as whole after the body of Mr Francis Isaac Oyaro is identified by family members. Francis was a corporate communication's officer who served at Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS).
The National Police Service has this morning taken a step in the eradication of the vice that has been witnessed in River Yala where bodies have been turning up in abnormally large numbers. Picture courtesy. Image from River Yala. According to residents of the area, more and more bodies are recovered each day leading them to believe that these are people who have been killed and dumped there.
The history and the mystery of the dead bodies retrieved from River Yala continue to worsen as bodies are identified. The killers remain are still off the limelight but hopefully one day they shall be brought to court. Today, a DNA was conducted to one of the bodies and was identified as Francis Isaack Oyaro who was a senior Kenya wildlife service police officer who disappeared mysteriously.
The history and the puzzle of the dead bodies retrieved from river Yala is still dark after much efforts by the government. Alot of dead bodies were collected from the river for the past couple of months whose killers remain unknown. Today, one of the bodies was identified as Kenya wildlife service officer who disappeared mysteriously and the family sought him but in vain.
For the past few weeks, river Yala in Siaya County has been hitting the air waves for all the wrong reasons. According to earlier reports, over 31 Bodies have been retrieved from the infamous River in the past few weeks. Breaking silence in regards to the worrying news the National Police Service (NPS) took to its Offical Twitter handle revealing some worrying details about the bodies.
The youthful politician who visited Deputy President William Ruto at his Karen residence last month and was later tortured to death before his body was dumped in a river in Othaya had expressed fears about his life. According to People Daily publication, Joseph Ochieng alias Obude 28, was abducted on February 19 and his body was found dumped in River Thuti in Othaya, Nyeri county.
Road deaths through accidents increased highly by the year 2021. From the 3478 people who died in 2020, 2021 had 4121 people. This is an increase by over a thousand people. He figures are real disturbing as far as the security of Citizens is concerned. It's real sickening to see such high number of people die through accidents.
A 30-year-old sand harvester is dead and body buried with crumbles of sand along river banks of Nzoia. The incident took place at Karamogi ‘A’ area in Siaya County on Tuesday evening. The deceased; Chrispine Oduor was going on with his normal sand harvesting hustle before loose soil caved in and buried him alive along the banks of River Nzoia.
Kajiado County's County Government, lead by the Governor, recently inaugurated a bridge that connects three sub-counties and is critical to the county's economy. The Paai Bridge, which spans the River Orkeriai, connects three wards in Kajiado East Sub-county: Matapato North (Kajiado Central), Mbirikani/Eselenkei (Kajiado South), and Kenyawa Poka Ward.