Allow me take you back to the year 2005, a period when people in the populous Eastland's side of Nairobi only knew of Buruburu, a high end estate majorly dominated by civil servants and Umoja, which is nearby. The two estates were the talk of time.
Lately criminal gangs have been Nairobi residents and it's environs where innocent kenyans have lost their lives to rogue these rogue killers. However, three armed robbers were fatally injured last night in a confrontation with police, after their attempt to engage the law enforcers in a gun battle was thwarted.
Thuggery will only come to an end if the involved suspects will choose to quit crime.Despite the national government enforcing rules and recruiting the new undercover and killer cops to deal with these people with satanic behaviors,it seems that the number of criminals keeps increasing in our locality.
Three thugs were gunned down by DCI detectives after giving them a high-speed chase within Nairobi. The three thugs were spotted on a numberless motorbike past curfew hours before officers tried to flag them down along Outer Ring. However, the thugs disobeyed the order and decided to speed off, forcing the officers to give them a chase
Family and close friends of a man found wounded at Saika is on the search. According to a post by Cate Achieng, a man identified as James Maina has been found at Saika in Embakasi near Naivas. He is badly wounded. Cate explained that they have taken the man to Mama Lucy hospital. Screenshot of post Photos of James It is so saddening seeing how innocent people are suffering in hands of enemies and people whose aim is to steal, destroy and even kill. Robbery with violence has also increased in recent days. Though
(Photo: Courtesy) Police officers engaged in a gunfight battle with three armed robbers for evading interrogations by Buruburu based police officers. According to sources, three armed robbers were fatally injured after a gun fight between them and a team of police officers. Drama evolved after Buruburu police officers spotted three suspicious people riding a motorcycle past curfew hours.
The Atheists Society of Kenya through its chairperson Mr Harrison Mumia has vowed to take very serious legal action against the Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) church situated along the Old Kangundo Road, Saika over the noise pollution they make during the Friday and Sunday services.
Residents of Saika were forced to rush a Middle-aged man to the hospital after his wounded body was found lying at the gate of Naivas supermarket which is located in Saika. Photo:Courtesy Case File According to the reports given by the witnesses or rather locals Saika, it has been reported that the man was found in a pool of blood with open Wounds which were bleeding after the harsh beating and Confrontation he had with the thugs. Further reports indicate that he had sustained minor knife wounds that were
Revealed: How Motorbikes Have Been Used To Rob People As Popular Nairobi Cop Killer Breaks His Voice
Popular Nairobi Cop Killer has revealed a scary news on how motorbikes have been in recent used by thieves to rob people. Taking to a popular group in Facebook known in dealing with crime in Nairobi, the Cop has revealed that there are certain motorbikes that usually operates at night and it does not have specific stage.
Atheists in Kenya Society has threatened to take legal action against Nairobi-based Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) church over what it termed as noise pollution. In a letter dated Saturday, January 15, the society’s President Harrison Mumia says they are issuing an ultimatum of 14 days to allow the church to reduce the noise, failure to which the society shall head to court.
Atheist Society of Kenya Issues 14 Days Ultimatum to PEFA Church in Kangundo to Stop Noise Pollution
The Atheist Society of Kenya has threatened to take serious legal action and sue Nairobi based Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) church over what it termed as noise pollution caused by the church on Friday night during Kesha and on Sunday morning during normal church service. According to the letter sent by Mr Harrison Mumia who is the president of the Atheists in Kenya Society to the Bishops John Okinda and Pastor Alex Wanyonyi wants the church to end the noise pollution or legal action taken against them.
MAINTENANCE FOR 27TH JULY 2021 NAIROBI REGION AREA: SAIKA & UMOJA 3 DATE: Tuesday 27.07.2021 TIME: 9.00 A.M. - 5.00 P.M. MYSA Area, Mowlem Heights, Saika Est, Saika Maili Saba, Saika Mwengenye, Kayole Junction, Obama Est, KPCU & adjacent customers.
Three men enguage Police in a dramatic gun battle around Saika stage, after abandoning a motorcycle and attempted to escape by foot. This is after Buruburu-based officers spotted three suspicious men that where riding on unmarked motorcycle. The trio where spotted along Outer Ring road past cerfew hours and sped off after they were ordered by police to stop.
Three suspected armed robbers were on Thursday night shot dead in a shootout with security officers in Buruburu. According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, the three were cornered when moving on an unmarked motorbike along Outer Ring road past curfew hours. The suspects allegedly fled after they were ordered to stop by the Buruburu-based officers who were patrolling.
According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI- Kenya), three armed robbers were fatally injured last night in a confrontation with police, after their attempt to engage the officers in a gun battle was thwarted. The Buruburu-based law enforcers had spotted three suspicious men riding an unmarked motorcycle along Outer Ring road past the normal curfew hours, who sped off after they were signaled to stop.
Detectives from the Directorate of the Criminal Investigations (DCI) on Thursday night, July 8, cornered a Boda Boda gang plying the Outering road in Nairobi. In a statement, DCI revealed that Buruburu-based officers have fatally shot down three suspicious men who were spotted riding on an unmarked motorcycle past curfew hours.
General Properties Limited took the matter to court and on Friday, October 8, asked the court to rule in its favour and allow them to hold Waititu's deposit. Court documents showed that General Properties Limited received the Ksh52 million as 10 per cent of the monies Waititu was supposed to pay for the building.
The Kenya Power and Lighting Company do issue periodic notices indicating areas that would be facing many hours of power blackout. The power company usually do this as per the rule 27 of the Electric Power Rules. This is usually meant to allow for the maintenance and upgrading of the electricity supply systems, installations of electricity to new customers as well as replacing the electricity lines that pass through areas where roads are under construction. Tomorrow, Thursday 17.12.2020, the Kenya Power and
Former Kiambu county governor Ferdinand Waititu is on the verge of losing fifty two million Kenyan shillings he made as a down payment for a property he had intended to purchase in Nairobi. As reported by kenyans.co.ke, general properties limited took the matter to court to rule in it's favour and allow them to hold Waititu's deposit.
Three armed robbers were fatally injured last night in a confrontation with police, after their attempt to engage the law enforcers in a gun battle was thwarted. The Buruburu-based officers had spotted three suspicious men riding on an unmarked motorcycle along Outer Ring road way past curfew hours, who sped off after they were beckoned to stop.