Residents of Tassia estate in Embakasi Ward, Embakasi East Constituency on Friday 16 October ,have been awaken by the screaming of the victims at 2: 30 A.m this morning. Through the eye witnesses the source of the problem had not been confirmed yet. Several families have been left out. There was no injuries nor death.The fire is reported to have broken out at around 2:30 a.m in this morning with residents mobilising themselves to put off the fire. A number of residents are now stranded with no place to sleep
Cases of parents killing their babies have been on the rise in the recent past as has been witnessed in various counties all over the country. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. This morning, a curious case that has been brought to our attention by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations Social Media Page has highlighted a plight of a mother who has just lost her son.
A person has hanged himself after murdering his 3-yr-old son, Derrick Okeyo in Nairobi’s Tassia property. Victor Ayieko and Nancy Adhiambo were married and shared a 3-12 months-old son. however, they went their separate methods and Nancy later re-married to Christopher Okeyo. On one fateful day, Ayieko kidnapped Derrick from their domestic in Tassia after Nancy and the husband left the house for the day.
The level of killings especially in families is rising at a very high rate. Parents are Killing there children while couples are Killing each other. Why is this the case? The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has released a statement concerning a crime where a father has killed his son and later on hanged himself dead.
After a long time of negative energy President Uhuru Kenyatta alongside the Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko today attended the insurance of title deeds at KICC in the company of NMS director General, Mohamed Badi.The event marked a great change in resolving cases of land issues in Nairobi. President Uhuru Kenyatta today insured 30,000 title deeds to land owners in the vast Embakasi Ranching Company, Tassia Estate and the Korongocho and Mbagathi Informal settlement. The National Titling Programme is part of Jubilee
The Embakasi East MP Babu Owino is known to be a fierce critic of the President. But in yesterday's function where President Uhuru Kenyatta issued over 30,000 title deeds to the people of Embakasi Ranching Company, Korogocho, Mbagathi informal settlement and Tassia Estate, the two appeared in a jovial mood and really happy. Speaking during the event, the MP thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta for what he is doing in the country in dealing with historical injustice concerning land matters. Owino went ahead to indicate