New developments in politics have emerged after the legislature acquires new chopper for himself. The controversies surrounding people who owned choppers in Kenya are considered to be rich. Basically few people own choppers. The case has been considered different after the legislature is reported to have acquired new chopper.
Conmen have grown more sophisticated and are now producing fake employment letters complete with realistic-looking management signatures and stamps. In the latest warning issued on Sunday, October 3, the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) cautioned thousands of its applicants against falling for the new letters being dished out by the fraudsters.
A businessman accused assault of and damaging of properties has denied the charges. Isaac Njoroge Peter is accused of committing the offence on August 11 along Mpaka road in Westlands sub-county within Nairobi. He also denied assaulting John Njoroge thereby causing him bodily harm before Kibera resident magistrate William Tulel