The son of Kirinyaga Jubilee Party Chairman Muriithi Kang’ara and an Administration Police officer were killed on Sunday morning in a grissly accident along the Kagio-Sagana road. The politician’s son, Titus Kang’ara, and 24-year-old Peter Macharia, an AP officer, had left an entertainment joint together were riding on a motorcycle. According to police reports, the driver of a car heading towards Kagio lost control of the vehicle and it rammed into the motorcycle. The occupants of the vehicle fled.
At least one fire incident is reported every other day in Nyeri as the county grapples with a wave of infernos that have overwhelmed residents and security officials. Ms Mary Najamiu and her 15-year-old daughter Eva Mumbi were sleeping in their three-roomed house when the fire broke out at around midnight. The daughter was supposed to join form one at House of Hope School in Machakos County this week.
A woman and her teenage daughter died Saturday night after fire gutted their home in Marua, Nyeri County, in what is suspected to be suicide. Ms Mary Najamiu, 49, and her 15-year-old daughter Eva Mumbi were sleeping in their three-roomed house when fire broke out at around midnight. “At that time the firefighters had already arrived because I could hear the sirens from my house. We tried to rescue them but it was too late. They died in the fire,” said Ms Waithera.
Sportpesa has cancelled all local sports funding(which the government couldn't afford) and Kenyans actually believe imposing heavy taxation on betting firms is good because it will increase revenue for DEVELOPMENT... Okaaaay... https://t.co/ISeFOrUltg
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