Nyandarua man kills two sons, and hangs self in row with in laws

A 31-year-old boda boda rider from Nyakiambi Sub-location in Miragine, Nyandarua County killed his two sons aged 9 and seven and then committed suicide by hanging himself.

His lifeless body was discovered in the evening by family members who broke his house.

He left a suicide not indicating frustration by his in-laws who took away his second wife two years ago. His first wife left him four years ago leaving behind the two children who were killed.

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Mirangine Sub-County Police Commander Edwin Ogwuari said he could no reveal the details of the suicide note as it is being used in the ongoing investigations.

His second wife Teresia Nyakinyua,said she left him due to violence where at some point he injured her with a knife.

He has continually threatened her and even before he killed his children and took his own life he had threatened her that one of them have to die.

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A few days ago he shaved his dreadlocks using a razor-sharp panga saying the symbolized all the problems he has gone through in life.

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Missing St Stephens student reappears, claims lost memory

A Form Two student who had gone missing from St Stevens Girls High School in Machakos has been found.
The 16-year-old girl showed up at their home in Kawangware Wednesday, after missing for the last three months after being sent away from school over lack of school fees.
The girl’s mother Mary Mukami had been looking for her for the last three months in vain which prompted her to ask journalists to accompany her to the school to seek answers.

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But upon her visit to the school in the company of journalists, Mukami says she realised her daughter was sent home due to lack of fees — information that she got from her daughters’ schoolmates, and which her daughter also confirmed.

The daughter told reports she drank water, and doesn’t recall what happened thereafter.

On the 3rd June, DCI Kenya updated Kenyans about the case

Mr. John Kyalo, the Principal of St. Steven’s Girls School in County & Ms. Mary Mukami, the mother of the missing girl have been arrested by officers following the attack on Journalists. The two suspects will be charged with Incitement to Violence among other offences.

On Monday, three KTN journalists were attacked at the school as they went to seek information on the issue. The school has since been closed.

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Meru priest stabbed to death after drinking spree as female companion flees 

 

A Catholic priest in Meru died on spot on wee hours of Tuesday morning after he was stabbed two times in the head.

Confirming the incident, Imenti North Police boss Robinson Mboloi said the father was stabbed at Kinoru Gateway in Makutano shopping Center, North Imenti constituency, Meru county at around 1:45 am.

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“He had rented a lodging with a female at round 10:30 pm after they had been drinking from afternoon,” Mboloi said.

The police boss said Eutycas Murangiri Muthuri a 32 year old the priest who worked in Limbine Parish in Tigania West was stabbed two times and died on the spot due to excessive bleeding.

“He was stabbed on forehead and back of the head after he went to his car which was parked outside,” he said.

It was not established if he was stabbed inside the car or outside.

A spot check by the star at the premises established from a source that the priest went to his car KBH972S, a Toyota Khami at around 1 am.

The management was not available for comment as they were still recording statements with police.

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“An attacker was inside his car and pounced on the accused and stabbed him,” A source said.

However, the police boss said they were investigating to find out if the priest was stabbed inside or outside his car.

“The attacker is not yet known or the motive of the attack but we have arrested the female who was with the priest and another male who was also in their company as they drunk,” Mboloi said.

The police boss said the body of the deceased is at Meru Level Five Hospital Mortuary awaiting postmortem while the car which the priest used is at Meru Police station.

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It was not established if there was an exchange or argument when the priest was stabbed.

Sources indicate that despite being a priest the deceased frequented Makutano shopping center that is known for prostitution and alcoholism.

 

Woman and her 13-year-old daughter raped and killed in Naivasha buried

A somber mood engulfed Longonot area Naivasha, after a middle aged woman and her daughter, who were murdered last week were laid to rest.

Ann Njeri and her 13-year daughter Purity Wairimu were killed by her boyfriend but not before sexually abusing the two, with an intention of punishing the girl for her mum’s mistakes.

This came as a post mortem report indicated that the duo was killed through strangulation, after they were sexually abused.

Man rapes mother and daughter before killing them in Naivasha

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Police in Naivasha are holding one suspect in relation to the murders that occurred over the weekend in Sanctuary area off Moi South Lake road.

The bodies of the two were found decomposing in their house a week after they went missing, with the suspect, who is the boyfriend arrested in his hiding place in Mai Mahiu area.

The suspect, who was thoroughly beaten by members of the public before police rescued him, was allegedly on a revenge mission after the woman allegedly infected him with HIV/Aids.

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A relative only identified as Kibe termed the deaths as very painful for the family noting that the teenager was set to join form one this week.

Kibe said that they were still in darkness as to the reasons that the suspect decided to murder the duo, adding that police were yet to issue their report.

“Some friends of the suspect say that he decided to kill the mother and the daughter due to frustrations after been infected and we leave the rest to the police.”

Meanwhile, 12 passengers lost cash and personal effects running into thousands of shillings after a matatu they were travelling in was hijacked along the Nairobi-Nakuru.

Body of missing Nation employee found at city mortuary

During the 11pm incident near Mithuri estate in Naivasha, three passengers were slightly injured by the gun-totting thugs before making away with their assets.

The incident came barely a week where passengers were carjacked on the same spot and robbed by the thugs who included a woman.

A passenger Jathan Mwaura said that a woman and a man in the matatu that was heading to Nairobi told the driver that they wanted to alight seconds before the thugs attacked.

“When the matatu stopped to drop the two who had boarded in Nakuru, a group of youths brandishing guns and other weapons moved in before robbing us,” he said.

Naivasha OCPD Samuel Waweru confirmed the incident adding that three suspects had been arrested in connection with the robbery.

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Mombasa man commits suicide after stabbing wife severally

A Mombasa man hang himself, after stabbing his wife multiple times all over her body.

Police in Changamwe area in Mombasa are investigating the incident that took place last night.

Confirming the incident, Changamwe Police boss Peter Omanwa said it was due to a domestic dispute but are investigating further on the incident.

The woman is nursing injuries at the Coast General Hospital as the body of the man was taken to the mortuary.

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Body of missing Nation employee found at city mortuary

Omanwa said that

“We were called by residents and on reaching the scene we found a woman who had stab wounds all over her body due to a domestic quarrel.

The man who committed the crime was only  identified as Dan.

She was taken to Coast General hospital later we received reports about a man who had committed suicide.

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On reaching the scene we found out that the same man who had assaulted the wife was the one who had died.

We took the body to the mortuary but we are still trying to investigate why Dan  stabbed his wife and why he took his own life in such a cruel manner.

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Woman stabs husband 35 times after he complained about her ‘mashakura’

A woman murdered her husband – stabbing him at least 35 times – because he criticised her cooking, say Russian law enforcement.

Slava Davydkin, 43, was killed after complaining there was not enough salt in a dish she served when guests came to their house in Penza region.

His wife Evgenia, 31, waited until he was asleep and stabbed him to death in front of the couple’s four-year-old child, say reports.

She later confessed to the killing using his angling knife – and is under house arrest.

The couple had quarrelled after the keen fisherman complained the dish she cooked was ‘bland’.

He claimed this meant she ‘did not love him’, it was reported.

The row continued after their guests – a couple – went to bed and the host hit his wife, she claimed.

She was provoked after the meal accompanied by alcohol, she told police.

After repeatedly knifing her sleeping husband, she woke the male guest and asked him to call an ambulance.

Paramedics pronounced the man dead at the scene.

The Russian Investigative Committee said in a statement: ‘During her interrogation, the accused explained that the reason for the row between the spouses was supposedly a bland dish served at the table.’

Davydkin told her it showed his wife does not love him.

‘If she loved him, there would be more salt in the food. After the guests went to sleep, the row continued.

‘The owner of the house offended his wife and tried to hit her.

‘The woman got angry, took a knife and inflicted at least 35 stab wounds to her husband.’

It later emerged she stabbed him after he had asleep.

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Murang’a: Police arrest two women suspected of operating a drugging ring

Police in Murang’a have arrested two women suspected to be operating a drugging ring in Nairobi and the Central region.

Murang’a County Police Commander Farah Maalim has said the two suspects were arrested in Juja on Friday and handed over to Kirwara police station where they are being held.

Maalim said the two are suspected to have been operating a ring that drugs people in public places and steals from them.

“We know the two reside in Nairobi but are in the process of establishing their exact residences,” he said.

The two suspects, Mary Nyaguthi and Mary Gathamba are in their early thirties and their main target has been men in pubs.

A victim who spoke to The Star on the phone said the two suspects that they positively identified at the police station joined a table that he was sharing with two of his friends in a club in Murang’a and initiated a conversation.

The suspects then drugged them and took their car keys, got them into their cars and drove off with them.

The victim said he woke up in his car that was packed alongside the Kenol Murang’a road in the wee hours of the morning, only to find his cash and mobile phones stolen.

They also accessed his mobile banking accounts and withdrew money.

One of his friends had blacked out at the back seat and only woke up later in the day while the other was left alongside the Thika Superhighay at Juja.

The victim drove to Murang’a police station where he recorded a statement.

Similar cases have been reported at Makuyu police station in Maragua and Gatundu police station in Kiambu County.

Maalim however appealed to any-one who has fallen victim to the two to present themselves to Kirwara police stations to help with the investigations.

He said the police want to consolidate all the cases lodged against the two suspects to ensure they have a strong case when they charge them in court.

-Alice Wangechi

Sitaki mama yangu! Teenager hangs self after being denied chance to live with her dad

Residents of Mai Mahiu estate in Naivasha are in shock after a class six girl committed suicide following a domestic quarrel with the family.

The 12 year old girl from Ngeya Primary school hanged herself in her mother’s bedroom to protest a move to separate her from the father.

Trouble started a year ago when her parents separated over marital issues with the father opting to live in a different town.

According to an eye witness Kimani Kamau, the deceased visited her father two weeks ago and did not want to return and stay with her mother.

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Kamau said when the mother realized her daughter had failed to go back home as promised she travelled to Limuru town to forcefully pick her.

“As a means of protest, the minor hanged herself after class and her lifeless body was found hours later in their house,” he said.

Kamau added that the minor had been complaining of mistreatment from the mother opting to instead live with her father.

At the home a somber mood engulfed the residents as they tried to come to terms with the tragedy that befell them even as police moved in to collect the body.

Mai Mahiu OCS Ezra Sambu confirmed the incident saying the body had been taken to the Naivasha sub county hospital mortuary as investigations commenced.

“We learnt from neighbors that there was young girl who had committed suicide and initial reports show that she had been frustrated as wanted to live with one of the parents,” he said.

Meanwhile a senior government official is counting losses running to millions of shillings after a fierce fire broke out in his house in Kayole estate a few kilometers from Naivasha town.

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The fire wiped out everything with efforts by residents and fire fighters to put it off being futile though no one was injured.

A resident Robert Mwangi said before the fire broke out the area had experienced sporadic power black outs which had destroyed electronic equipments in various homes.

“We suspect that the fire started as a result of an electric fault but police have started their investigations following the incident,” he said.

A senior police officer who did not want to be named confirmed the incident saying they were investigating the cause of fire adding that initial reports pointed to an electricity fault.

-The Star/ Anthony Gitonga

Pastor arrested for sexually exploiting teen who wanted fees for secondary school

The police are investigating an operator of a children’s home who has been accused of sexually exploiting a 18 years old girl.

The middle aged man who is also a pastor is accused of taking advantage of the girl who comes from a poor home and was seeking school fees to join a boarding school from a day secondary school.

It is said the pastor visited the girl’s home in December and asked her mother to allow her to visit the children home saying he would help her access bursary.

Explaining her ordeal, the girl narrated how the pastor forced her to have sexual intercourse inside his church and at the children’s numerous times.

The girl noted that she had lived in the home when she was 6 years old but left after the pastor starting making sexual advances four years later.

“He took advantage of my poverty to abuse me and did not help me,” she said.
Her mother said the girl went to the children home on December 23 and stayed there for several days after the pastor pledged to help her join a boarding secondary school.

After she came back, the mother said, she explained what had transpired, saying it is unfortunate that the pastor had taken advantage of their poor state to exploit her daughter.

“I have really struggled to raise my five children since the death of my husband as a casual labourer. I keep asking myself why the pastor chose to do that to my fourth born daughter,” she added.

Kangema Sub County Children Officer and area Deputy County Commissioner (DCC) confirmed having receiving the complaints and area chief.

The Children Officer Charles Maina said investigations have been launched into the matter saying it is sensitive considering the pastor has other children under his care.

He offered to provide protection to the victim saying if the allegations are confirmed to be true, the children’s home will be closed down and alternative shelter sought for the children.

Deputy county commissioner William Lenaremo saying the pastor’s behaviour has raised concerns amongst residents saying stern action will be taken against him if he is found culpable.

“The girl will join a new school this week as we conduct our investigations,” Lenaremo added.

The commissioner said the pastor has refuted the claims and has blamed the allegations on people he says are after his home.
He said the Area Advisory Committee (ACC) will visit the home to establish if the children living in the home are safe.

-The Star/ Alice Waithera

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Uncle From Hell: Embu Man Arrested For Trying To Set Nephew On Fire

An Embu man who attempted to burn his nephew to death for reaccepting his estranged wife has the hearing of his case set for February 17 next year.

Embu senior resident magistrate Vincent Nyakundi has fixed the date. Francis Gichovi has denied dousing his nephew, Gregory Kimanthi, with paraffin and attempting to set him ablaze.

He appeared before Nyakundi yesterday for mention of his case in which he has denied attempting to kill Kimanthi on December 10 in Gatituri village, Embu West subcounty, following a quarrel over Kimanthi’s wife.

The prosecution has lined up several witnesses, including Kimanthi, to testify. Gichovi denied pouring paraffin on the complainant and threatening to kill him by uttering the words

‘Nitakuchoma uishe kabisa’ (I’ll burn you completely).”

He is out on Sh50,000 bond. Gichovi is alleged to have beaten up Kimanthi’s wife and tried to chase her away. The wife had returned after separating with Kimanthi for a while.

The spat prompted a quarrel between Gichovi and Kimanthi. Gichovi reportedly grabbed a container of paraffin and doused Kimanthi with it.

He is said to have threatened Kimanthi for allowing his wife to return, accusing her of “being badly behaved”.

Court records say Kimanthi was rescued by other family members, who reported the matter to the Itabua police station. Gichovi was then arrested and charged with the offence.

Meanwhile, Embu county commissioner Esther Maina has condemned rampant incidents of burning suspects alive. She warned that culprits will be prosecuted. Maina and Manyatta

MP John Muchiri expressed anger that residents have formed a bad and illegal habit.

-The Star/Reuben Githinji

SQUAD GOALS Gone Bad: Youth’s Weekend Outing Ends Tragically When One Of Them Drowns

A swimming expedition for a group of youths ended tragically in a Naivasha hotel when one of them drowned on Sunday morning.

According to witness John Kamau, the youths had booked into the hotel on Saturday evening where they had a party before resting in the evening.

However one of the youths ventured into the hotel on Sunday morning where he started swimming but ended up drowning.

“One of the youths who was still drunk entered the pool at around 5am and ended up drowning as his colleagues sought help,” he said.

A senior police officer who declined to be named confirmed the incident adding that the body had been collected and taken to the local mortuary.

“The information we have is that the youth who did not know how to swim entered into the unmanned swimming pool only to drown,” he said.

Meanwhile, police in Mai Mahiu Naivasha are investigating an incident where hate leaflets were found in the busy trading center.

The leaflets which are warning members of some communities to leave the area were found over the weekend raising fear and tension among the targeted communities.

According to one of the area residents Joseph Njoroge the authors of the leaflets were not known adding that this had raised tension in the area.

Njoroge said that the typed leaflets were found in estates around the town adding that police had since collected them as part of their investigations.

“We woke up to find the leaflets distributed around the town and we hope that those responsible will be brought to book,” he said.

He added that following the move, some communities were contemplating fleeing the area if security was not heightened.

“We are asking police to move in with haste and arrest those behind these leaflets as they have ended up raising fear in this town,” he said.

-The Star/ George Murage

Man sells wife and daughter to ritualist for Sh89,000

A woman who was recently spotted on the streets crying and pleading with a man to tell her where her daughter and grand daughter are, caught the attention of the public.

It is believed that the Nigerian man was her son in law and had apparently sold a woman and daughter to ritualists for Sh89,000.

A social media user shared the sad story, where the man revealed that the deal was originally N200,000 for the wife alone as the ritualists asked whether he could add his daughter for N70,000 – a deal which he agreed to.

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The man’s mother-in-law can bee seen in the picture asking for the whereabouts of her daughter and granddaughter.

According to Ada, the man scaled more than ten fences before getting to her estate, he ended up in a church and God arrested him.

After receiving mild beatings from the wife’s family, the man was finally taken away by the police in a patrol van.

Crime In Nairobi: One Suspected Thug Killed By a Mob In Karen As He Tried To Rob a ‘Boda Boda’ Passenger

Two suspects were lynched in separate incidents in Nairobi in the war on crime.

One suspect was cornered by a mob along the Southern Bypass in the city after he and two others had been attacking and robbing pedestrians.

Police say an alarm was raised and alerted a mob, which chased and killed one suspect.

Another suspect was killed in Karen area when he tried to rob a bodaboda pillion. The bodies were moved to the mortuary. Cases of mob lynching are on the rise with calls to stop the practice as it is criminal.

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Police are investigating an incident in which a worker collapsed and died at the National Archives in the city. The employee was on duty when he suddenly collapsed and died last evening. He was pronounced dead on arrival at a city clinic.

Meanwhile, a woman has been hit and killed in an early accident along Valley Road, Nairobi. The woman was crossing on foot under a footbridge on Valley Road when a speeding car hit and killed her instantly. The accident caused a huge traffic.

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The woman was crossing on foot under a footbridge on Valley Road when a speeding car hit and killed her instantly.

The accident caused a huge traffic snarlup before police arrived to clear it. Police say most pedestrians are killed in the same spot for failing to use the footbridge there.

A campaign to encourage usage of the bridges by pedestrians is ongoing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Cyrus Okwema

Woman Recalls Horrifying Hit-And-Run Accident And How She Miraculously Survived

A woman struck by a hit-and-run vehicle is recalling the most horrifying moment in her life, following an accident that almost claimed her life.

The victim was nearly run over by a deranged motorist, leaving her nursing serious injuries. According to her social media post, the event happened nearly five years ago, and that period of her life up to now has been a journey of recovery.

She recounted the events with the heart-breaking post below, and how she feels lucky to be alive:

5 years ago today (June 30th 2012)….3 days before my birthday, I laid in a coma with a broken leg, pelvis,and dislocated spine, 7 broken ribs, a collapsed lung, my face, forehead, and my side burned, and stitched up, my tongue nearly severed, 3 teeth missing, the skin on my back burned off, and a fractured shoulder and jaw, after being hit by a car on purpose, and dragged for almost 200ft up under a car.

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Read on as she continues:

The picture on the right is me Today June 30th 2017.
God has brought me a long way!
I don’t know what it is that you’re going though right now, but you must know that God didn’t run out of miracles after he performed one for me.
If he brought me from that to this, surely what you’re going through right now is nothing to him.
Hold onto your faith.
Never give up,and never stop believing.
God is able! –

 

Too Evil: Fear Grips Kibera Residents As Badly MUTILATED Bodies Found Stuffed In Sacks Near The Railway Line

Kibera residents on Monday, June 26 found bodies of five people stuffed in sacks and dumped near the railway line with some parts missing.

Police, who cordoned off the area, said they are yet to establish the motive for the killings.

One of the victims was identified as a resident of the slum who went missing on Saturday, but the locals didn’t recognize the rest.

“The bodies were mutilated, eyes gouged out and private parts chopped off before being stuffed in a sack,” an officer handling the case said.

It is not clear how and who killed the men thrown on the railway line for the cargo train to run over them.

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Residents said they are living in fear following the bizarre incident and called on the police to intensify patrols in the area.

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Locals and police said the bodies were dumped there on Sunday night by unknown people in Darajani area.

The officers who attended the scene said the bodies had deep cuts in the head, and stomach.

They expressed their disappointment over the laxity of security officers saying crime has escalated during this campaign period.

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Curbing Crime: Four Armed Thugs Shot Dead In Karen After Stealing a Car In Kayole, While Two Others Lynched In Embakasi

Four suspected thugs were this morning shot dead in Karen, Nairobi and AK47 rifle with 8 bullets recovered.

Police say the men had stolen a car from Kayole area and were planning to commit a robbery in the area when they were informed.

The four men were also found with a mobile phone that had been stolen from a man in Kayole. Police say they believe the men have been behind a series of robbery incidents in Karen.

The area has been facing a series of robberies in the past months targeting homesteads. The bodies were taken to the mortuary.

Three Suspected Armed Thugs Shot Dead In Kayole And Soweto Slums As Police Try To Curb Crime Menace

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In Huruma area, a suspected thug was also shot dead in a botched robbery incident. This increased to five, the number of suspects killed in the city in the war on crime.

Meanwhile, two suspected thugs were lynched by a mob in Embakasi area, Nairobi.

The two were part of a gang that had been attacking and robbing residents when an alarm was raised last evening.

This comes just a day after a wanted criminal by the name Bobocha was killed by residents in Old Town Mombasa County after robbing and attacking another resident in Madobini.

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 Police say the suspects were stoned to death before being set on fire. Elsewhere, two people committed suicide in separate incidents.

The first incident happened in Umoja where a rotting body of a man was found long after he had committed suicide.

Another woman committed suicide in Dandora area, Nairobi. The bodies were moved to the mortuary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Cyrus Okwema

 

Relentless Police! Two Suspected Thugs Shot In Kayole In a Botched Robbery

Three suspected thugs were shot dead in two separate robbery attempts last evening in the war on crime in Nairobi.

The first incident happened in Mowlem area in the city where one suspect was killed by police after a brief chase.

Police say a gang had been attacking and robbing residents when an alarm was raised alerting police who were on patrol.

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The second incident happened in Kayole where two suspects were killed by police in a botched robbery.

Police say they recovered two weapons from the slain men and that the bodies were moved to the mortuary.

Up to 15 suspects have been killed in the last two weeks in separate incidents in the war on crime.

Three Suspected Armed Thugs Shot Dead In Kayole And Soweto Slums As Police Try To Curb Crime Menace

In other news, more than 100 families were left homeless in a fire incident in Riruta area, Nairobi. A man was injured as he fought off the fire that had been caused by a burning fire.

Police say up to 243 structures were flattened in the fire that took long to contain.

Those affected by the incident have urged for help to reconstruct the structures. In Shauri Moyo, a similar fire flattened 20 houses rendering many homeless.

Police say they are yet to know the cause of the incident.

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-Cyrus Okwema

Oh No! A Kenyan Man Commits Suicide After Quarrelling With Wife Over a Mobile Phone

Two people committed suicide in separate incidents in the city.

The incidents happened in Buruburu area and police say they are under investigation.

The first incident happened where a housegirl was found dead after he had hanged herself over unknown reasons.

In another incident, a man committed suicide after he had quarreled with his wife over a mobile phone.

The bodies were moved to the mortuary.

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In other news, in Pangani area, a woman fell from the 12th floor of a house she was and died. The victim was at the construction site when she slipped and fell, dying on the spot.

Two people have been arrested after an ATM machine was vandalized at JKIA and Sh2.9 million stolen.

Heartbreaking! Another University Student Commits Suicide Over Fees in Shauri Moyo

The machine was found empty after officials from Cooperative Bank had filled it with money. It is not clear how and when the stealing happened but police say they are investigating the incident.

In an anti-terror operation in Eastleigh area, in Nairobi, more than 80 people were arrested. The suspects include 15 foreigners and are under interrogation for among others radicalization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Cyrus Okwema