Kenyans taking the law into their own hands have been on the rise in the recent past as more and more suspected thieves are lynched by mobs. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. This afternoon, in Thika Town, there has been an incident where a mob has beaten a man very badly after he was caught stealing from a shop.
There was drama in Thika Town on Monday afternoon after an angry mob served a man with a dog's beating after they caught him red-handed allegedly executing theft activities. The suspected man was allegedly caught trying to sell stolen items to unsuspecting Kenyans in Thika. According to the source, the man had targeted one shop within the town, stole goods of an unknown amount and later started selling them to unsuspecting buyers
Traders in Thika are counting losses today after fire razed down their business this afternoon,according to those who were affected they claim they have lost commodities in millions which they had just acquired,fire fighters from the county government had to intervene swiftly to stop the fire from spreading,despite of being stop with the hours it was established that a good number of business individuals had lost property worth of millions,the incident took place at Thika town specifically in juacali around engen petrol station.
Photo courtesy Crime has become a major challenge in the country Kenya where young people stay idle and make up their minds that stealing is better than being bankrupt complaining that their is no job in the country Kenya. Youths have been urged to start small operating business such as kiosks and dukas so that they can make their daily meals.
A day after a rogue prison warder identified as Edwin Omuse who was attached at Kangeta GK prisons was reported to have left his duty station without permission, with a fully loaded G-3 riffle in pursuit of his girlfriend who was in Thika for allegedly defrauding him a whooping Kenya Shillings 900,000 which he had acquired from a bank loan, the police have recorded a success story.
A deadly accident has occured this morning at Leather industries on Thika Garissa Highway involving two vehicles on your way to Nairobi.This was reported earlier today and a source reveals that the vehicles engaged in a head on collision with other vehicles which were on the other side of the road..Some people involved in the accident are injured while the number of those dead is not yet known.
Many times, persons with disabilities (PWDs) are perceived negatively as a burden to the society presumed to be purely dependent on handouts to eke a living. This attitude is fueled by the growing numbers of those depicted sprawled along major streets where some are dropped by family members at strategic spots along the busy streets and road pavements to beg for alms or money to pay hospital bills.
Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on the Kenyan highways to avoid any unnecessary accidents. These accidents have led to loss of lives on a daily basis across our roads. Picture courtesy This afternoon, there has been a nasty accident at Thika on Thika-Garissa Highway.
Photo courtesy Nowadays people getting lost has become a major challenge in the country Kenya. Many people especially children are being kidnapped which later they are killed by unknown people. Government has been urged to put measures protecting everyone in the country Kenya in order to avoid such cases happening.
It has been all work as Jungle Infrastructure Team push on with rehabilitation of Kiganjo - Muthaiga - Kang'oki access road and Muthaiga - Blue Ribbon bypass road. Heavy grading gravelling and fixing of drainage channels is being carried out to ensure the roads become all weather. The tarmacking of Nampak- Broadway -Umoja road is progressing very well with drainage well taken care of This road which will be extended to pass via umoja to exit at Mid-Oil will create a decongestion route offloading some traffic from Garissa road from Engen to past Ananas Mall.
Onlooker at the crime scene/Courtesy Residents of Kwa Waya area of Gatuanyaga within Thika Town have plunged into a panic after an unknown woman was found murdered inside her car. According to the source, Thika Town Today, the middle-aged woman had been brutally murdered by an unknown people
Good news has emerged from Kiambu County about the officer who disappeared with a G-3 riffle with 20 bullets is finally arrested. It was reported that Prison warder Edwin Omuse attached to Kangeta GK prison had left his duty station armed with a G3. He was believed to be heading to Thika with the intention of killing his girlfriend .
Cases of inhumane acts are on the rise world over, a sad incident has been reported today in Muranga county where a man has allegedly misused two young boys and later dumped them off. According to reports shared by the Thika Town Today news platform, police have arrested the man and are holding him as further investigations are being carried out on the matter.
New twist has emerged on the murderer of the woman whose throat was slit in Kwa Waya ,Thika Town. In a post byThika Town Today, the woman was murdered by her husband who later fled for his safety. A Four months old baby was left in the car with the lifeless body of the mother.
photo courtesy. A 31 year old woman has shocked Kenyans after killing her 2½ year old baby before hanging herself in their home in kitengela,Kajiado county. According to the Thika Town Today the source of this information, they indicate that the woman left behind a suicide note giving reason that it's because of her promiscuous husband that she had to do that awful act.
Kenyans usually expect much from their leaders in both the local and national settings.People usually look forward to establishment and accomplishment of the developmental projects by their leaders. Moreover leaders also focus to fulfill the public within respective localities. Photo(Courtesy) However Thika town MP( Kimani Wa Jungle) has been recognized by the residents for infrastructure development within his area.The MP is currently renovating the roads around Thika as he reveal his more plans.However people expressed their gratitude towards the MP as they praise him for the good work.Moreover they have shown their contentment with the kind of advancement enhanced in Thika town.
Today is the first day of the Hustler Economic Forum which will end on Monday.It has brought together a good number of leaders from the vote-rich region of Mount Kenya and Deputy President William Samoei Ruto. The meeting is taking place at a disclosed location in Nanyuki, Laikipia County.It is expected that the leaders in attendance will negotiate on the fate of the economy of their region if DP Ruto will assume office as the President of Kenya.Because the attendees are politicians, it goes without saying that matters politics will also be discussed, DP Ruto's presidential bid to be particular.
G3 rifle recovered from rogue prison warder Edwin Omuse(Photo/DCI). Detectives have arrested a rogue prison warder from Kangeta GK Prison in Meru who disappeared from duty yesterday with a G3 rifle that was loaded with 20 rounds of ammunition. According to a statement by the DCI, the jilted warder identified as Edwin Omuse concealed the rifle in a sack and was overheard saying that he was travelling to Thika to eliminate his gilfriend for defrauding him Sh 900,000 that he had borrowed from a lending institution.
Prison Warden Who Escaped with a Rifle from Work Station with Intent to Kill His Girlfriend Arrested
Prison officers during a past silent drills practice. Photo/courtesy. A prisoner warder who disappeared with a G3 riffle from Kangeta GK prisoner in Igembe Central subcounty in Meru has been arrested in Thika. A police report seen by this opera news writer stated that No. 37878 Prison warder Edwin Omuse attached to Kangeta GK prison had left his duty station armed with a G3 and believed to be heading to Thika with the intention of killing his girlfriend.
Sleuths in Thika Town, Kiambu county have launched a probe over murder of a middle aged man found with his body skinned. Resident of Gatuanyaga area found the body of Simon Githae, 36, dumped in a thicket prompting them to alert the police. Confirming the incident, Thika East Police boss Namutali Kutima said that the deceased who worked as a farmhand in a flower farm had bruises and a lot of injuries in his body.