A woman from Uasin Gishu County was granted permission by the High Court to break her 24-year marriage because her husband was abusive and lethargic. After persuading Judge Eric Ogola that the guy she married when their love grew claimed to have gotten a call from God and stopped working, she was permitted to leave the marriage.
Image: Johan Kipng'etich son Samuel Kiprop; courtesy. A family in Uasin Gishu County is hoping that their father, who they claim had just withdrew as a witness in the crimes against humanity case against Deputy President William Ruto before going missing in March 2014, will be found.
Following the outcry from the family of one of the witnesses in Deputy President William Ruto's ICC case, the family which hails from Uasin Gishu County is still hopeful that their father, who they noted had just gone missing after withdrawing as a witness in the DP Ruto's Case will eventually resurface.
Cases of Gender Bases Violence in the country have been on the rise in the recent past and many institutions have been doing their best to ensure that the scourge is mitigated. Picture courtesy. Mercy Njeri. Just a day ago, a man killed his wife and four children using an ax and then surrendered himself to the authorities and was arraigned in court today where a psychiatric evaluation was ordered.
A family in Uasin Gishu County is hoping that their father will be found, claiming that he had recently withdrawn as a witness in the crimes against humanity case against Deputy President William Ruto before going missing in March 2014. Jonah Kipng'etich is thought to have been a prosecution witness in the case against Ruto and radio presenter Joshua Sang during the mishandled presidential election in 2007.
Jubilations in UDA After Sen. Gideon Moi's Key Ally Publicly Joins Ruto's Team in Uasin Gishu County
Jubilations in UDA Party after Baringo Senator, Gideon Moi's key ally publicly affirmed his support towards the Deputy President, Dr. William Ruto while in a function in Uasin Gishu County. The Deputy President today started his Rift Valley tour after a long period of time. While in Uasin Gishu County, he attended the interdenominational funds drive in Chebol, Kesses Constituency.
The outgoing Gubernatorial Political leaders are finding difficult time to adjust to the reality. Majority of them are doing there best to make sure that they still find a way to win in the next coming general elections. Section of governors really failed there counties and made them poorer than they found them.
Deputy President William Ruto and his bandwagon have touched ground at Chebolol, Kesses Constituency, Uasin Gishu County for an empowerment programme with several supporters coming out in large numbers to welcome the second in command. While Ruto's allies were making their speeches before the DP could address the crowd, a rare moment was witnessed as Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung'wah confronted area MP Hon Mishrap Swarup for not supporting DP Ruto's presidential bid.
Deputy President William Ruto's allies are now disputing over the next year's general elections. There has been a bitter exchange for different ideological arguments within the party which have created tensions and fear ahead of the next elections. This has almost become like a race where the disputes are connecting from one county to the next, and from different allies to others.
A 86-year-old businessman denies owing his grandsons any wealth. The tycoon who waged succession war with his grandsons over Sh100 million real estate has explained before Eldoret court that his child, who lost his life 34 years ago, never left any property. David Mburu Wakaimba, 86, testified before the High Court judge Reuben Nyakundi he purchased the property in question some years ago when his late son Samuel Mburu was still a minor.
Deputy President William Ruto is concluding his four days tour in the Rift Valley which has turned out to be a huge success because of the love and support he has been shown so far. The UDA team has navigated through Kericho County, Nandi County, Uasin Gishu County and are currently in Nakuru County.
The race to unseat Uasin Gishu County Senator Professor Margaret Kamar could take a new turn after Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi came out to lecture his friend Governor Mandago. This was after Governor Mandago, few days ago announced that he will be seeking to be the next senator after his second term comes to an end in 2022.
Private detective Jane Mugo was allegedly attacked on November 25 while traveling from Bungoma to Nairobi County. At around 6:30 p.m., Mugo was attacked by unknown individuals at the Ainabkoi-Kapsabet intersection. Mugo said in a police report filed at Kondoo Police Station in Kesses, Uasin Gishu County, that her kidnappers used a saloon Subaru to obstruct her vehicle.
Nelson Kirui, a guide from Uasin Gishu County, who is likewise the Rift Valley illustrative of the Kenya National Teachers Pressure Group (KNTPG) was the most recent to get an exchange letter in quite possibly the most irregular way. As indicated by media reports, a TSC official ventured out north of 200 kilometers to convey the exchange letter to Kirui who was at the medical clinic, trusting that his significant other will deliver.
Kesses Member of Parliament Hon Mishrap Swarup faced a hard time addressing the crowd that had gathered at DP Ruto's empowerment rally in Chebolol, Kesses Constituency in Uasin Gishu County today. His speech came after DP Ruto allied legislators had taken good time to lecture him on his early move of not supporting DP Ruto's presidential bid, accusing him of colluding with their enemies at a time they need full support from MPs from Ruto's main strongholds.
Private Detective Jane Mugo was attacked and injured in Eldoret on Thursday night . Her car is still missing. Her attack came barely four days after she volunteered to arrest Directorate of Criminal Investigations boss George Kinoti should regular police fail to do so. Jane Mugo also declared interest vying for Kirinyaga Women Representative seat in the forthcoming 2022 general elections.
Private detective, Jane Mugo, was allegedly attacked when travelling from Bungoma to Nairobi County on Thursday, November 25. Mugo was attacked by unknown individuals at round 6:30pm at the Ainabkoi- Kapsabet junction. In a police report filed at Kondoo Police Station in Kesses, Uasin Gishu County, Mugo claimed that her abductors blocked her vehicle using a saloon Subaru.
Private investigator Jane Mugo filed a report at Kondoo Police Station in Kesses, Uasin Gishu County on Thursday evening, stating she had been attacked while travelling to Nairobi from Bungoma. The self-declared investigator said in her 7pm report that unknown men blocked her vehicle at the Ainabkoi- Kapsabet junction at 6:30pm, cut her in the head and hands using a machete, and thereafter drove off in her car, a black Toyota Land Cruiser Prado of registration plate KCN 222K.
"Punda Amechoka" Teachers Decry of TSC Intimidation, Tutor Served With a Transfer Letter at Hospital
A teacher from Uasin Gishu County was shocked after he was presented a transfer letter by TSC officials while he was at the hospital where his wife was delivering. Mr. Nelson Kirui, a teacher at Kaptich Primary School said that he was shocked to see TSC Curriculum Support officer of Sugoi zone, Nicholas Ndar, accompanied by Kaptich head teacher Silas Biwott confront him at Olenguruone sub-coujty hospital in Nakuru County.
We are expanding and equipping technical training institutions to arm the youth with relevant skills that will enable them engage in skilled businesses and boost their earning. This is in line with our comprehensive Bottom-Up Economic Model that is keen on putting the young people in active and meaningful economic engagement for the transformation of our country.