Police in Kakamega are holding a man who brutally assaulted another with heavy blows and kicks, for responding to a call of nature at a public place. Jared Otieno, 30, was arrested yesterday afternoon within Kakamega's Dharau area, moments after the serious assault on the 24-year-old victim.
Netizens have been astonished after police officer decided to relieve himself from a "burning" short-call in the the prohibited wall written " Usikojoe Hapa, Fine Ksh 1000" The officer has been slammed as to why the He went ahead breaking the law despite the fact that the wall had been painted warning words for such an act.
A police officer was captured breaking a short notice, warning people from peeing on the wall. The notice warned that peeing at on wall results to a fine amounting to Ksh10,000. However, a policeman was this Wednesday, 2 September, captured breaking the warning, and risking to paying the fine. From photo shared by Ma3Route, a motorist who captured the officer in the action said he took it at Kariobangi Riverside U-turn. The guy alleged that the officers at the place were collecting a brie from motorists making
"Wakenya ni vichwa ngumu", is a very common phrase in our streets and villages. Kenyans are those people who will visit an accident scene, even when there is a clear warning not to surround the area. Just few days ago, an estate in Saika reported a case of a sudden death in one of the houses, the body was picked up by medical experts, fully clad in protective gear- well, you know there are no risks to be taken right now. Unfortunately, that created a scene, hundreds of neighbors turned up, mask less and care
Internet Erupts After A Picture Of A Police Relieving Himself At A "Usikojoe Hapa" Post Is Uploaded. It is often said that experience is the best teacher and its advisable that you don't get to learn from one's experience but rather learn from someone's experience. This is because it's better and you might feel less impact when you get a chance to learn from someone's experience rather than your own. However most people tend not to care and want to see for themselves what would happen if they did what they have
Police in Kakamega have arrested a man identified as Jacob Otieno, 30-years-old after he allegedly brutally beat up his fellow for urinating in a public place. According to the sources, the 24-year-old victim had gone to answer a call of nature in an area that was prohibited from urinating.
Kenyans have been viral on social media for being very daring. They will ignore almost every warning even from the government leave alone threats from individuals. It will surprise you to know that Kenyans are very good but when it comes to being cheeky, they follow their Nigerian counterparts. In Africa Nigerians are know for being a bit cheeky followed by Kenyans especially on social media. Cyber bullying in Kenya is a thing of norm and you have to get used to it. Some warnings and threats in Kenya never
Being pressed while in Kenya capital while broke can be a nightmare. It is difficult especially getting somewhere to relieve yourself. These are calls for nature and one cannot plan for any. (Photo from the Internet) In case you don't have a coin of 10 shillings, it can be the longest minutes of your long series of houses. However here are a few solutions for you, just in case you find yourself in such a situation. 1.Norwich Union House This is a building along Mama Ngina street opposite the Hilton Hotel. The
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In Nairobi area and also other big cities in the nation Kenya, urinating in public areas have been banned and is treated as a crime when a citizen is busted urinating in a public place in the nation. To avoid this and as a reminder yo all people, the city council responsible for checking the city matters and cleanness have put posters warning people from urinating in such areas. When you walk around the city, you will find walls and especially on certain corridors written boldly 'Usikojoe Hapa' meaning do not