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Saturday, 10 November 2018

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Sad story of KCSE student admitted at ICU immediately before KCSE started

A form four student who is supposed to be sitting for her KCSE is currently fighting for her life at the Agakhan University Hospital ICU.

An ever happy Nikita Sally Koyier, who is a student at Alliance Girls High School was accompanied by her family during this year's Prayers Day with them wearing her uniform as a way to show that they were into this together.
Nikita started experiencing frequent Migraines which became so severe that she started losing the cognitive ability to fall asleep. With the situation worsening, The School's Health Facility called the parents who took her to MP Shah Hospital.

After visiting the MP Shah Hospital, they were referred to the Agakhan Hospital where she is currently on admission at the facility's Intensive Care Unit.
However, the doctors are yet to diagnose her with any ailment and her hospital bill has been rising to  KSh. 6.9 Million as of Sunday 4th November, with doctors stating that the bill could skyrocket even further to a prospective  KSh. 10.9 Million in the next three weeks when her doctors are supposed to make a diagnosis.

Family and friends, who have stood by their baby girl all this time are therefore calling on anyone with Goodwill to help them raise the money. One or two people may not be able to come up with an amount that huge, but when many people come together with the little they have when many drops come together, a mighty river takes its course.

The bill is about 10 million now,read how you can contribute below

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Friday, 9 November 2018

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Degree holders police urgently want to recruit you

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i on Friday revealed that holders of various degrees would be targeted in the next phase of police recruitment in a bid to further professionalize the service.


The new cadre of cadet officers will consist of trained experts focused on specific fields.


Among others, police are looking for holders of at least Upper Second Division degrees in  ICT, law, medicine, engineering, education and psychology.


Matiang'i stated that professionals would also be recruited to work in the new forensics laboratory in Nairobi
We have established an ultra-modern Crime Research Centre backed with a Forensic Laboratory that needs highly trained professionals that are fully dedicated to the Police Service.


"We are also keen on promoting the officers’ welfare in various areas including their housing to enable them to serve with the assurance that they have decent shelter for their families,” he stated.


Read more kenyans.co.ke


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Degree holders police urgently want to recruit you

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i on Friday revealed that holders of various degrees would be targeted in the next phase of police recruitment in a bid to further professionalize the service.

The new cadre of cadet officers will consist of trained experts focused on specific fields.

Among others, police are looking for holders of at least Upper Second Division degrees in  ICT, law, medicine, engineering, education and psychology.

Matiang'i stated that professionals would also be recruited to work in the new forensics laboratory in Nairobi
We have established an ultra-modern Crime Research Centre backed with a Forensic Laboratory that needs highly trained professionals that are fully dedicated to the Police Service.

"We are also keen on promoting the officers’ welfare in various areas including their housing to enable them to serve with the assurance that they have decent shelter for their families,” he stated.

Read more kenyans.co.ke

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Kalonzo musyoka Father last message to Kalonzo before He passed on

Mzee Peter Musyoka Mairu, the father of former Vice President, Kalonzo Musyoka, has been described as a far-sighted citizen.
Speakers after speaker heaped praise on him, saying he mentored his son, Kalonzo, to be obedient, humble, loyal and his overall being today.
Besides, Mairu desired that his beloved son Kalonzo would become the fifth President of Kenya.
Speaking at Mairu’s Tseikuru home, Kitui Business Community and Professional Forum Coordinator, Campell Munyambu, said Mairu told him, when they met last August, that it was his desire that his son becomes Kenya’s fifth President.
Munyambu said he knew Kalonzo’s father since they were young and that he was so special to him.
“I had a close relationship with the late Mzee Mairu, Kalonzo and the entire family since we were young.”
“Mzee was a special man who lived a simple and down-to-earth life. He was a friend to many,” said Munyambu.
Mairu died last week aged 94, and will be buried today at Kalimani Village in Tseikuru, Kitui County.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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Monday, 5 November 2018

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Moi reveals the person he wants to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta,its not Gideon Moi

KANU chairman and Baringo Senator, Gideon Moi, has revealed the name of a presidential candidate whom his father, retired President Daniel Moi, wants him to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta once he retires in 2022.
Speaking in Homa Bay County during a fundraiser, Moi said the former President wants National Super Alliance (NASA) leader, Raila Odinga, to succeed Uhuru in 2022.
He said he is ready to work with Raila Odinga in 2022 to accomplish his father‘s wish and said he has a father 's blessing in working with opposition deity.
Moi also said his father was very happy with Raila Odinga‘s decision of meeting Uhuru at Harambee House on March 9th where they agreed to unify all Kenyans and deliver all Kenyans to the promised land.
“After the handshake, Raila and I are one thing. The friendship between my father and him will continue. We will work together to lay a roadmap to get to Canaan,” Moi said.
Gideon Moi’s political pronouncement is a big blow to Deputy President William Ruto‘s presidential bid in 2022, since he was hoping that the senior Moi will endorse him because they come from the same region.

Via The Kenyan DAILY POST

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Sunday, 4 November 2018

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Bensouda latest action which will see Ruto prosecuted again in ICC again

DP Ruto's Ambitions For 2022 Face Hurdle As Dynasties Resurrects ICC Case,Bensouda Call
Deputy President William Ruto's State House ambitions may face more hurdles should the ghosts of the 2007/8 post-election violence return to haunt him.
The office of the prosecutor at the International Criminal Court has been relentlessly but quietly piecing together fresh information on the violence, which left more than 1,300 people dead and hundreds of thousands displaced.
In the latest ICC annual report submitted to the United Nations General Assembly, it emerged that chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda continued to receive information related to the case in the past year.
Although details about the information remain confidential, investigations have been ongoing despite termination of the cases.
"The office of the prosecutor continued to receive information on the commission of crimes against humanity during the post-election violence of 2007—2008,” states part of the annual report on the ICC activities in 2017/18.
The report was submitted to UN General Assembly by ICC President Chile Eboe-Osuji who was on the bench that handled Mr Ruto’s case.
The case against the Deputy President and former radio journalist Joshua Sang, was vacated by a majority decision in April 2016 due to lack of incriminating evidence but the judges rejected an application of acquittal by the accused.
Earlier in March 2015, President Uhuru Kenyatta’s case was terminated in similar circumstances.
However, the judges stressed that the prosecution, which said the cases were weakened by witness interference and lack of support from the government, would be at liberty to revive them in future.
The report which was submitted during Mr Eboe-Osuji’s official mission to the seat of the UN in New York on Thursday, added that other investigations concerning witness interference are on.
Warrants of arrest had been issued against Mr Walter Barasa, Mr Paul Gicheru and Mr Philip Kipkoech, who the prosecution said convinced witnesses to withdraw from the case facing Mr Ruto.
According to the Rome Statute, interfering with witnesses is a criminal offence.
While addressing the UN General Assembly, Mr Eboe-Osuji called for more effort to support the court, which is often criticised over interference with the sovereignty of countries when carrying out its mandate.
African leaders have often accused the court of targeting people from the continent, a charge ICC denies.
“There are many reasons to insist that the mere existence of this permanent judicial mechanism for accountability truly serves as an inconvenient obstacle to the freewill of those inclined to engage, even unwittingly, in conduct that creates the circumstances that conduce to crimes of atrocity. That modest value is enough of a return on the ICC investment,” he said.
Recently, the court was criticised by the US regarding investigations on crimes against humanity by American soldiers in Afghanistan, terming ICC as “fundamentally illegitimate”.

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Thursday, 1 November 2018

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Here is the date Court will rule whether Weston hotel will be demolished or not

Deputy President William Ruto will know the fate of Weston Hotel by February next year when the National Land Commission completes investigating claims that the land on which it stands was illegally acquired from the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA).
During a public hearing on the matter, KCAA said the land adjacent to Wilson Airport which Ruto built his Weston Hotel was illegally handed to him (a private developer).
According to the documents available, Ruto illegally acquired the land few months to the 2002 General Election.
In 2003, the then PS for transport and communication, Sammy Kyungu, wrote to the then Lands PS, Francis Baya, noting that public land had been fenced off by a private developer, but that still did not stop Ruto from grabbing the land in question.
“I want to further reiterate the earlier position of this Ministry, that the said plot is not available and is among the very important inventory of assets which the Government is expected to transfer to the KCAA and should not be allocated to any other party,” the letter to Baya, Kyungu said.
The Kenyan DAILY POST

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