IEBC Vice chairman Juliana Cherera has turned against Raila Odinga's move where he had urged the four commissioners not to appear before the committee handling the ouster petition. Cherera through her lawyer Apollo Mboya said they will abide by the committee ruling that the matter is properly within the House team's mandate.
Photo courtesy Few days ago several high end buildings across the country have been reported to have collapsed hence injuring and killing several people. Since the start of the rainy season many buildings have been collapsed, especially in Embakasi constituencies and Ruaraka. In Ruaka Bulding Saga, two couples were reportedly to have perished after their Bulding collapsed hence eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans.
Stand off was witnessed at County Hall in the hearing of petition seeking removal of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission commissioners. The IEBC officials at the centre of the petition are Juliana Cherera (vice chairperson), Irene Masit, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyangaya. This is after ODM allied politicians led by Suna East MP Junet Mohamed, Ruaraka MP TJ Kajwang clashed with Justice and Legal Committee over time allocations.
Evacuation process is ongoing in Ruiru, Kiambu after a building developed severe cracks today. The residents were given 45 minutes only by the safety and health personnel who assessed the building. The whole process was being supervised by the Kiambu governor Hon. Kimani Wamatangi. “The house is too dangerous for you to stay in, so we are asking you to leave.
Tension As Residents of a House in Ruiru That is Almost Collapsing Ordered To Evacuate The Building Netizens residing on this big storey building have been urged to evacuate from there residents after cracks started developing in there apartment. Kimani Wamatangi, Kiambu county boss visited this area added ordered for an immediate evacuation from this building and the neighbouring apartments to this.
The cases of building's collapsing and claiming the lives of the innocent Kenyans is alarming and the government through relevant authorities should swing into action as soon as possible. Last week, a building collapsed in Ruaka in Kiambu County where two innocent married people lost their lives while in there room.
A few days ago, it was announced that numerous upscale buildings around the nation had collapsed, injuring and killing a number of individuals. Numerous structures have collapsed since the rainy season began, particularly in the Ruaraka and Embakasi constituencies. Two spouses are said to have died in the Ruaka Bulding Saga after their Bulding fell, which caused conflicting reactions among Kenyans.
A rogue landlord from Nairobi's Ruaka neighborhood was apprehended at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport at 2:00 a.m. today as she attempted to leave the country, according to new information from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations. The rogue landlord sought to fly to Texas, where she planned to hide from Kenyan police, according to a statement released by the DCI via its social media channels.
President Jomo Kenyatta had asked Kenyans to boycott the colonial beer during the 1960s, leading to a very big loss for the colonial companies. This forced the British colonial government through a man called Bryan Hobson,to offer Jomo Kenyatta quarter of Kenya breweries to stop his boycott.
Revealed: High School Student, 17, Is The Key Suspect In Keagan Githua’s Murder Along Ridgeways Road
A 17-year-old high school student is the key suspect in the murder of Keagan Githua who was killed and robbed of his mobile phone along Ridgeways Road in, Kiambu on October 30. The juvenile was nabbed in accompany of two other fellows Feelings Mboya and Dennis Mburu Kimani in the Soweto area of Kahawa West in Nairobi last week.
Nairobi has become a major crime zone, especially for mugging and stabbing. Residents around the city are now threatened as even in the daylight, they still fall victim to the same crimes. At night, some residents have even lost their lives because of stabbings. Some shops have also been robbed and some burnt to ashes.
At the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), the owner of a six-story building that collapsed in Ruaka was detained as he tried to flee the country. The suspect had been hiding out for four days, according to Kiambu County Commissioner Joshua Nkanatha, before making an attempt to flee.
The residents of Ruaraka in Kiambu County today in the morning suffered a major blow after a five storey building collapsed on residential houses. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the building was under construction where residents were also living inside. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, many residents have lost their properties from the incident after the houses that they were living was destroyed.
Several Jubilee party lawmakers have threatened to leave the larger Azimio alliance due to a dispute about PSC membership. The leaders, led by MP Sabina Chege, who was nominated, and MP for Laikipia North, have accused the ODM party of avarice. They did so in protest of Isiolo senator Fatuma Dullo's resignation from the PSC, where she was replaced by Okong'o Omogeni of the ODM.
It is a bad morning for the residents of the Ruaraka area after a 5-storey collapse and so far residents are being rescued. It is revealed that the building collapsed today morning and so far no casualties have been reported from the site. According to the eyewitness, they revealed that the building started sinking and they alerted the residents to remain cautious about the building.
Many residents of Ruaraka area are in a panic mode after a 6-storey building under construction collapsed at 5am this Thursday morning. St. John's ambulance official informed Kenyans. co.ke online media the building collapsed at wee hours. The building collapsed on a neighboring house and is believed that the family members of the house were asleep and have been trapped.
Panic has engulfed residents in Ruaraka near Fortune Club area after another five-storey residential building collapsed in wee hours of Thursday November 17. Report shared through social media platforms indicates that rescue mission is ongoing. St John's Ambulance official confirmed that the incident occurred at 5 am after the building collapsed on a neighborhood with family members who were asleep at the time believed to trapped.
A 5-storey building which was under construction has collapsed again in Ruaraka,near fortune club area this morning.According to the information,the building collapsed due to heavy rains experienced in the area.The building has collapsed over a neighbouring residential home. The rescue team have already arrived to where the scene occured.
The residents of Ruaraka today in the morning woke up in with a bad news after another building collapsed on residential houses. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the building collapsed near Fortune club in Kiambu County. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the rescue team are currently at the scene where they are trying to help people who are trapped in the building.
Betrayal in the city! Some Jubilee leaders have threatened to quit Azimio if the issue of Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) slots is not resolved. They accused ODM of conmanship after it took two out of the three PSC slots leaving it with none and Wiper one.