The Commissioner General of Prisons Wycliffe Ogallo, CBS, on Sunday visited Nanyuki GK Prison after 14 capital offenders fled yesterday. The commissioner General went to find out what transpired in the correctional facility that led to the escape of 14 inmates from the Prison. The 14 prisoners were reported to have escaped by cutting door grills using a hacksaw before jumping over the fence.The 14 capital offenders fled from the correctional facility on Friday night and 8 were rearrested as a manhunt for six inmates who are still at large is ongoing.
A woman who received money through M-Pesa by mistake from a businessman has been charged with stealing.Faith Apiyo was accused that on February 2 at Uyawi in Nango stole Ksh 54,000 wrongly sent to her phone.The money belonged to Mathews Onyango.
A suspected thug was lynched by a mob in Kitutu masaba ward on Monday, following a botched robbery at a supermarket within the constituency.One other suspect escaped unhurt even as the irate mob launched a manhunt for them within the ward.The victim, in his 40s was described by the villagers as a notorious thug, who alongside his group had been terrorizing innocent villagers in Kitutu masaba by breaking into their homes and houses at night or day time.
Police have arrested two standard seven boys for allegedly stealing 20 kilograms bucket of cooking fat in Subukia town, Nakuru County. Nakuru County Police Commander Ellena Wairimu who confirmed the incident said the duo are class seven children at a local private school in Subukia. It was reported that the duo accessed the school's store, stole the alleged 20kg bucket of cooking oil before sneaking to the neighbouring towns where they sold it.
A middle-aged teacher at Kasipul Secondary School in Homabay County was on Thursday charged with defiling a form two girl.The teacher identified as Wicklife Oman Moses who is a senior teacher allegedly lured the victim with promises he would buy her phone pay her before defiling her.Mr Wicklife appeared before senior resident magistrate John Opondo.
Kisumu: Winam Law Court Finds Police Officer Guilty Of Killing Secondary School Teacher Over A Woman
Winam law court finds a police officer guilty of killing a secondary school teacher over a woman on a hearing tabled at the court on Wednesday morning in Kisumu County.The police corporal Benjamin Mutemi was accused of killing a secondary school teacher identified as Wicklife Oman in March 21,2021 for allegedly being in affair with his wife.