MP “stripped” over her reckless talk and top crimes of the day

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The tongue has incredible power. We can use our tongue to bring blessings and life or curses and death. Our tongues can be the most difficult thing to control and leave us with great regret if we use our words to hurt.

We must learn to keep our tongue from evil and lips from deceitful speech. 

Laikipia Women representative Cate Waruguru has been taught a lesson after she tried to incite locals and playing tribal politics.

Lawyer steve Ogora has warned the MP of propagating the dirty politics in the Country.

” LAIKIPIA Woman Rep should not confuse power with cheap perfume. Harassing and insulting police officers just because you’re an elected leader is gross abuse of office itself a form of corruption,”he said.

Waruguru who over some months has been in dare fight with deputy governor has now turned to disrespect and religious discriminate Laikipia OCs mr Abdi Ali .

Waruguru told the OCS to make himself busy by arresting bandits and terrorists who are terrorizing the locals.

“You think here is Kismayu,kindly make yourself busy by arresting bandits and let my people work,”she said.

Senior counsel Ahmednassir Abdullahi in hot soup

Well, Supreme Court has issued a stern warning to Senior Counsel Ahmednassir Abdullahi following his disparaging remarks on how they handled the case against two Iranians convicted of terror charges. 

Ahmednassir said the court was exercising illegitimate political power over the two Iranians who were acquitted by the Court of Appeal and that there is a moral and ethical dilemma whenever he appeared before them. 

In a ruling read by Justice Jackton Ojwang’, the Supreme Court said willful insults directed at a judge during trial are prohibited. The judges were making decision in a matter involving two Iranian terror suspects.

They upheld the conviction of the terror suspects.

This means the Iranians who were initially sent to jail for 15 years will go back to Kamiti Prison to complete the remaining 10 years before they are deported.

Joseph Kori becomes key witness in his wife’s murder case

Nairobi businessman Joseph Kori who grabbed national headlines after being arrested his lover over the murder of his wife Mary Wambui Kamangara has officially been cleared by a Kiambu court listening to the murder case.

Kori was unconditionally released after the prosecution and the investigators working on the case established that he was not in any way involved in the murder.

He will, however, testify as a prosecution witness against the prime suspects Judy Wangui and Michael Githae.

Wangui had a love affair with Kori that detectives believe was the cause of Wambui’s death.

Githae, a taxi driver, on his part told investigators that Wangui blackmailed him to assist her get rid of Wambui’s body after she was killed using the lid of a pressure cooker at a house owned by the first accused.

Fake pregnancy lands Kitui woman in jail

Ann Mungwele, a married woman has been jailed for seven years for faking a pregnancy to steal a four-month old baby. She stole a baby belonging to Celestine Ikambili Shikulu in Nairobi’s Jacaranda estate.The baby later died.

The court heard that the accused parted ways with her husband after he learned that she had faked the pregnancy and labour pains. Mungwele is said to have sought refuge at Shikulu’s home after separating with her husband.

She waited until the complainant was away and stole the baby. The court heard that the accused fled to her home in Kitui where she lied to her parents that she had just delivered a baby.

The baby is said to have developed health complications and died later. Mungwele was traced to her home and arrested. The baby, according to post-mortem results, died of pneumonia. Mungwele pleaded guilty to the offence and was jailed for seven years.

Lawyer shot dead in botched robbery

Kenyans are puzzled by the death of lawyer Jeremiah Meeme Kinyua who was killed with four others in Juja, Kiambu County.

Mr Kinyua, according to the Law Society of Kenya, was until his death a practising lawyer and an active member of the society.

But according to the police, Mr Kinyua and the four others were planning to rob Lexo Petrol Station in Juja.

“The Law Society of Kenya is shocked and gravely saddened by the news of the heinous and brutal murder in cold blood of one of its members, the late Jeremiah Meeme Kinyua,” read part of the statement signed by Allen Gichuhi the LSK president.

Yesterday (Friday), a postmortem was conducted on his body but the family did not reveal much about it .

Mr Gichuhi, asked the office of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to investigate the matter.

More lawyers condemned the killing with Ms Jane Odiya, his immediate boss, eulogising the late “as a hardworking and focused lawyer”.

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