Four robbery suspects were on Wednesday stoned to death by a rowdy crowd in Molo Sub-County, Nakuru County for dragging an elderly woman behind a motorbike. According to Molo Sub-County police commander Stephen Muriithi who confirmed the incident said the four suspects were blocked by the irate bodaboda riders who later stoned them to death.
The above photo is only used for News reporting Purposes Only On 21st June 21, kenyans were treated with sad and grieving news following the sudden and mysterious death of Stephen Muriithi, a Businessman who sued the Retired President Daniel Arap Moi over what he called unlawful detention for almost 3 years.
The late hours of the 21st of June 2021, marks the day kenyans received a sad and grieving news. This comes after the unexplainable death of Stephen Muriithi, a Businessman who sued the Ex President Daniel Arap Moi over what was termed an alleged unlawful detention for about 3 years.
Former National Intelligence Service deputy director Stephen Muriithi is dead. According to an update by Nation, Stephen Muriithi's family said that he died after a long illness. The family did not reveal the cause of his death. "EX-DEPUTY DIRECTOR of Intelligence Stephen Muriithi, who sued Moi for Sh2 billion Kenyan shillings over unlawful detention, dies after long illness, family says."
A man accused of child neglect has been ordered to file in court an education plan for his daughter by next Wednesday. Court statement reveals that Stephen Muriithi had three arrest warrants for failing to show up in court as ordered. Embu Chief Magistrate Maxwell Gicheru threatened to jail the accused Muriithi who failed to clear his daughter’s fee balance as agreed.
Stephen Mwangi Muriithi, an ex-Deputy Director of Intelligence who once took the late President Daniel Moi to the court is dead. The ex-spy boss had filed a case in court, challenging ex-President Moi to compensate him with about Ksh2 billion over his unlawful detention. According to Muriithi's legal expert Paul Mwangi, the ex-spy passed away on Monday at the Nairobi Hospital.
In recent past, cases of people dying in hotels rooms for different reasons are on the rise. On 27th July which was yesterday, a man identified as Fredrick Opiyo who is 50 years of age booked a room at a bar in Murang'a, where he was joined by a woman by name Mary Mwende Munyalo.
Four men have been sentenced to death by a court of law in Kirinyaga after they were found guilt of stealing in violence. As reported by the Standard Media, the four criminals were identified as James Gitonga, Kennedy Gachoko Kanguru, Christopher Bundi Mbogo and Kariuki Ndambiri.
The former Deputy Director of Intelligence Stephen Mwangi Muriithi who sued former Kenya's the late Daniel Moi targeting close to Sh2 billion for unlawful arrest and causing his financial loss has died. Muriithi’s attorneys, Paul Mwangi, tweeted today Monday that he lost his life at 9.30 am at Nairobi Hospital after battling with a long illness.
Former Deputy Director Of Intelligence Who Sued President Moi Dies Politics have been a game of the mind that have been played by Politicians and not understood by citizens. Many times some Leaders due to personal reasons have sponsered or ordered the detention of innocent People. This was the case to one Stephen Muriithi.