SO SO SAD! Here Is The Photo Of The 10-Year-Old Girl Who Was Gunned Down By Police In Mathare

A 10-year-old girl, Moraa Nyarangi, was shot dead by police firing “sporadic shots” at protesters in Mathare Area 2 on Saturday morning.

The class four pupil of Mathare Primary School was killed while playing at the balcony of her parents’ home.

NASA has rejected Tuesdays vote results terming it a ‘charade’.

Kenyan police killed at least 11 people in a crackdown on protests as anger at the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta erupted in Kisumu and other areas surrounding the capital, officials and witnesses said on Saturday.

The bodies of nine young men shot dead overnight in Nairobi’s Mathare slum were brought to the city morgue, a security official told Reuters, adding that the men had been killed during a police anti-looting operation.

Here is the photo of Moraa Nyarangi

Moraa Nyarangi
Moraa Nyarangi, a standard 4 pupil at Mathare Primary School.

 

Credits: Star

Mathare boss Bob Munro quits from all KPL posts

Besieged Mathare United chairman Bob Munro has resigned from all committees of the Kenyan Premier League.

The official was last week reprimanded by Football Kenya Federation (FKF) over claims of bringing the game into disrepute and it is believed that this may have informed his decision to quit.

A source in KPL said they have received Munro’s letter of resignation. “He has cited a need to concentrate on his club as the reason for his resignation,” the source told Goal.

Munro was a member of KPL executive as well as the rules and constitution committee and is a founder member of the league company.

For a long time he has been the power behind KPL and was behind key decisions made by the company.

 

Man charged with defiling 15 year old girl

A 21 year old man has been charged with defiling a 15 year old girl.

John Mutinda allegedly committed the offence in Mathare, Nairobi on Monday,

The Girl’s parents reported the matter to the Muthaiga police station and Mutinda was taken into custody.

The prosecution told the court that Mutinda had committed the same offence on September 21, but escaped arrest.

Mutinda denied the charges before chief magistrate Ann Ndung’u. He was released on Sh300,000 bail. The case will be heard on October 28.

Source: The Star Newspaper.

ODM’s Stephen Kariuki clinches the Mathare parliamentary seat

ODM’s Stephen Kariuki has emerged the winner in today’s parliamentary by election in Mathare constituency Nairobi.

Kariuki, who is a son to former Assistant Minister Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, garnered 14,966 votes, against his closet challenger TNA’s George Wanjohi who got 14,082 votes. William Opondo was a distant third with 194 votes. A total of 9 candidates took part in the by-election including 4 independent candidates.

The by-election, marred by a poor turnout, was occasioned by the nullification of George Wanjohi’s election by the courts.