Residents of Sirende village in Trans Nzoia County have been left in shock after a grade four pupil ended his life after having a heated argument with his father. Confirming the incident is the Kiminini OCPD, Joseph Tumbo who said that such an incident has never occurred in the area.
Kiminini member of parliament Dr. Chris Wamalwa has donated six buses to secondary schools in his constituency.Through his official Facebook page Wamalwa said this will help in the provision of affordable transport to both the schools and neighbouring communities.
Netizens have been shocked to the latest news from Trans-Nzoia that a man has kicked his wife out of their matrimonial home and married his fellow man.There has been a rise in marital problems in various homes during this covid-19 pandemic. Psychologists have related the many matrimonial problems to the Covid-19 pandemic which has resulted in stress among couples.The recent outrageous act by the man from Trans-Nzoia is a clear sign of the problem Kenyans are experiencing. The act happened in Sirende Sub-location
Residents of Sirende village in Kakamega County were treated to a horrific episode after dogs were found tearing apart a newborn baby who had been dumped in a sugarcane plantation. Detectives suspect a woman may have delivered the baby before dumping it in a sugarcane plantation where it was attacked by the dogs.
In the recent months, cases of suicides and homicides have been on the rise in various parts of the country, and this has been partly blamed on mental health issues. Police vehicle; photo courtesy In the latest case, a sombre mood has engulfed residents of Kiminini village, Trans Nzoia County after a grade four student committed suicide under unclear circumstances.
Incidents of food poisoning in the country are not common and especially not in primary schools where young children go to study and interact with each other. Picture courtesy. Image of githeri. According to reports on our desks at this moment, a popular primary school situated in the county of Trans Nzoia suffered a major setback yesterday when a teacher and several pupils ate what is suspected to be food that was poisoned.
Cases of Child defilement and teenage pregnancies have been on the rise since the COVID 19 pandemic that struck the country in early 2020. Trans Nzoia police authority from Sirende Police station have arrested a 58-year-old man alleged to have defiled at least seven children aged between 3 and 10 on diverse dates in December 2021.The suspect works as a herdsman at a local school.
Following an argument with her husband, a woman set herself and her two children on fire in Kakamega's Lugari sub-county. Her third child managed to escape the catastrophe by jumping out of a window. The incident occurred in the Lugari constituency's Sirende village. Hellen Vuyanzi, 35, allegedly got into an argument with her husband, and police officers led by Lugari subcounty commander Bernard Ngungu counseled them.
Grief, a grade 4 pupil has committed suicide. The scene is at Sirende village in Kiminini Sub County, Trans Nzoia. According to reports, the deceased was a pupil at Sirende Primary School. Reports also states, he has committed suicide after he differed with his father.
Webuye west Mp Dan Wanyama want the police post set up in Misikhu ward to avert the ongoing insecurity in Mukhe and Sirende areas. Speaking to the press during the Mashujaa celebration fete at Matulo Friends Secondary school that was graced by Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wangamati, the legislator said the evil team known as Seventeen brothers has been reportedly to have claimed the life of many Kenyans. The Tanga tanga legislator blamed the area OCPD for not acting immediately after he approached him severally.
A sombre mood has engulfed residents of Kiminini in Trans Nzoia County after a grade three pupil at GerHellen Creative ECDE Centre died after taking Githeri. Confirming the incident is the Sirende Sub-Location Assistant Chief, Esther Waswa, who said that Joshua Bunguswa, the deceased, died some moments after being discharged from a medical facility in the area following a suspected food poisoning.