It was such a sad morning in Kamariga village Siaya county after three young boys who were suspected to be robbers faced the wrath of angry netizens. As reported by KTN News, the three boys were stoned to death by the angry residents. It was reported that the boys were spotted in a robbery activities and they tried to escape.
Today the Country has recorded the highest number of fatalities in a single day since Covid - 19 was declared national pandemic by the president in March last year. This comes days after the government reviewed curfew hours from 10pm to 7pm in the lake region Counties following a consistent increase in numbers of infections.
Following the updates from the ministry of health about Covid-19 pandemic in the country, it is clear that some counties might be subjected to tough measures in the next presidential address. The government has continued to put in more effort in fighting this virus but still reports shows that the country is still at risk.
Corona virus disease continue to worsen as positivity rate remains high. According to the Ministry of health, country's positivity rate now stands at 10.0% after yesterday's 8.9% an indication of a positive deviation of 1.1%. This now implies that the entire country is heading to a total lockdown.
From today's report from the ministry of health, the positivity rate has increased to 10%. This is after 622 people have tested positive for covid-19 virus. Nairobi is leading with 115 people tested positive for the last 24 hours. It was followed by Siaya county that recorded a total number of 83 people who tested positive for covid-19.
The country has today recorded 622 new cases of Covid 19 in the last 24 hours which now pushes the total number of cumulative cases in the country to 180,498. Today's cases were derived from a sample size of 6,236 pushing the total number of samples tested in the country to 1,920,018.
The ministry of health has announced bad news to all Kenyans concerning Covid 19. As per the report Dr Mutahi has issued, the number of people who have tested positive within the past 24 hours has increased up to five hundred and eighty three. This is more than double the number of people that tested positive yesterday.
Family Members of the former Member of Parliament for Gem Constituency Jakoyo Midiwo are now calling for the financial support to help in his decent send off. Jakoyo Midiwo who passed on last week on Monday at Nairobi Hospital over the allegations of cardiac arrest which is still being investigated, is set to be laid to rest this Saturday on date 26 of June.
It is barely a week after President Uhuru Kenyatta announced that he is going to back a candidate from the former National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition in the 2022 General Election. The two handshake brothers have been working together to ensures that the incumbent Deputy President William Ruto does not succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta when his term expired.
Covid-19 pandemic has been the biggest threat to the country's economic after it changed the way of people's lives. The government has been severally taken difficult decisions like locking down some counties which have been the hotspot of Covid-19 at given periods, imposing of curfew among other strict measures.
Ministry of Health today has given out crucial details on the corona Virus infections in the country. In today's brief,Cs Health,Dr. Mutahi Kagwe indicated that the positivity rate of the country stands at 8.7%. The Cs further indicated that within a period of only 24 hours,583 Kenyans have been found to have been infected with the deadly corona Virus from a sample size of 6686.
Speaking to a 1000-strong delegation of Mount Kenya businesspeople on Sunday, renowned lawyer and Siaya Senator James Aggrey Orengo offered a permanent solution to Kenya's perennial political problems. Senator James Aggrey Orengo. Image: screengrab Senator Orengo said, "It becomes extremely difficult to address business needs without fixing the political problems first."
Siaya Senator, James Orengo warned the President, Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM party leader, Raila Odinga from being careless when it comes to the Professor of politics, William Ruto. Yes, you read it right. To my fans and the rest, get your latest update, gossip and trend, am sorry for being antisocial for a while please kindly hit the follow button in the right hand corner and please don't you forget to leave your opinion on the comment section below.
Following the rise in political temperature in the nation, leaders are trying to strategize themselves for 2022, more so for the presidential position with claims that Ruto and Raila are the fastest horses in the race. Speaking at businessmen and women meeting on Sunday night at Kiambu county, Siaya Senator James Orengo warned ODM party leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta, advising them to e careful and handle the best elections with extreme caution.
Coronavirus disease is still spreading quickly in our country. According to the Ministry of Health on Twitter, today 583 people have tested positive for the coronavirus disease, from a sample size of 6,686 tested in the last 24 hours. This is worrying as the positivity rate is now 8.7%.
Senator James Orengo of Siaya has become the first senior Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) lawmaker to publicly state that Deputy President William Ruto is the man to beat in the 2022 presidential election. Orengo, speaking at a business meeting held by Kikuyu businessmen and women in Kiambu County on Sunday night, urged President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM party Raila Odinga to implement policies and political tactics to defeat William Ruto.
Flattening the Covid-19 curve still remains a dream as the positivity rate continue to increase indicating that more restrictions likely to be imposed very soon. According to the ministry of health 518 tested positive. Positivity rate also increased to 8.7% from yesterday's 8.5% indicating a positive deviation of 0.2%.
Today 583 people have tested positive for the disease, from a sample size of 6,686 tested in the last 24 hours. The positivity rate is now 8.7/%. From the cases 561 are Kenyans while 22 are foreigners. 316 are males and 267 females. The youngest is a five-month-old baby while the oldest is 101 years.
A report from the ministry of health says that today, 583 people have tested positive of Covid-19 virus, from a sample test of 6,686 people. In addition, 23 people have succumbed of the disease, bringing us to a cummulative fatalities of 3,484 people. Total number of positive cases is now at 179,876 and the cummulative tested is now at 1,913,782 people.
Governors for the Western and Nyanza counties have requested the national government to allow them purchase covid vaccines. The governors led by the governor for Kakamega Wycliffe Oparanya, who has said counties hospitals are facing shortages of vaccines. This comes after the ministry of health yesterday night led by the principal secretary for health Susan Mochache, received a total of 350,700 doses of astraZeneca vaccines from Denmark as a donation.