From narcotics being seized at the JKIA to Kibra MP being killed online and Migori Governor Obado being set free to move in restricted jurisdiction, the murder of a female medical trainee at the referral hospital has blown the mind.
JKIA SEIZED NARCOTICS
Officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations DCI have seized 500kgs of Narcotics at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
The drugs which were packaged in 52 bags concealed as tea packets are said to have been destined for the United States and Austria.
MP KEN OKOTH FALSE DEATH RUMOR
Kibra Member of Parliament Ken Okoth on Tuesday afternoon dismissed a “death
The lawmaker, who has been undergoing treatment for colorectal cancer, in a Twitter post rubbished the misinformation doing round on social media saying that he was alive and kicking.
“I’m alive and kicking. Folks should stop killing me before my time with
Blogger Polycap Hinga has apologized for spreading fake news
GOVERNOR OBADO COURT RULING
It was relief for Migori Governor Okoth Obado after the High Court on Tuesday removed the restriction cap allowing him to move free within Homa Bay County.
Homa Bay is where the body of slain university student Sharon Otieno was discovered with eight stab wounds.
In her ruling on Tuesday, Justice Jessie
FEMALE MEDICAL TRAINEE MURDER
Tension remains high after a female student from Moi University School of Medicine was on Tuesday morning hacked to death in broad daylight outside Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) in Eldoret.
The Moi University School of Medicine female student was doing her practicals on Tuesday at the hospital when she was attacked near the accident and emergency wing.
Eyewitnesses said the man hit the woman on the head with an axe and then cut her neck with a sword.
The attacker is said to have concealed the two weapons in a gunny bag when he gained entry into the hospital.
After the attack he tried fleeing the scene but was apprehended by members of the public.