Month: October 2021

CRIME SCENE MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR INVESTIGATORS AMID RISING CASES OF HOMICIDE

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has partnered with a German Cooperation, GIZ, in a bid to provide a series of Crime Scene Management training sessions to general investigators deployed across the country. The DCI said in a statement that the week-long training commenced on October 25 and aims at enhancing the investigators’ expertise in …

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ONE KENYA ALLIANCE LAUNCH A COUNTRY TOUR AHEAD OF 2022 ELECTIONS

The One Kenya Alliance (OKA) set to embark on a rigorous meet the people campaign tour to popularize the alliance ahead of naming its flag bearer. OKA is fashioned as the alternative to the Raila Odinga’s Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA). OKA has pegged its campaign call on the …

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ALARMING CASES OF BODIES BEING DISPOSED ALONG THE HIGHWAY

Cases of bodies being dumped along roads in Naivasha sub-county are back .The bodies, most of which are of people murdered through strangulation, were for years dumped along the Naivasha-Mai Mahiu road near the Longonot IDP camp leading to an outcry. The killers have now shifted to sections of the Nairobi-Nakuru highway, targeting sparsely populated …

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KIBICHO ATTACKS JUDICIARY FAULTING COURT BAIL AS A STUMBLING BLOCK AGAINST JUSTICE.

Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho has launched a fresh attack on the Judiciary faulting the courts’ consideration of bail applications as a stumbling block to government agenda. Speaking in the inaugural symposium Kibicho accused judges and magistrates of failing to cooperate with government, asking them to find ways to reconcile with government ahead of the …

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17 YEAR OLD KILLED FOR SNEAKING INTO A NEIGHBORING GIRLS SCHOOL

A 17-year-old student at Gathiruini Boys’ Secondary School in Kiambu County lost his life after he was lynched by students and staff from a neighboring school on Thursday. The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) in a statement said the victim, a Form IV student had sneaked together with five others into a girls’ dormitory at …

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KENYA ASKS UN SECURITY COUNCIL TO DEAL WITH ILLEGAL TRADE OF NATURAL RESOURCES

Kenya has asked the United Nations Security Council to address illegal exploitation and trade of natural resources within countries in Africa’s Great Lakes Region. In a high-level ministerial debate led by Foreign Affairs CS Raychelle Omamo, Kenya said the UN must put mechanisms in place to improve and reinforce the security around mining regions, seek …

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KENYA TO START PRODUCING IT’S OWN COVID-19 VACCINE PLANT BY EASTER NEXT YEAR

Speaking during the Mashujaa celebrations ceremony, president Uhuru Kenyatta announced establishment of Kenya Biovax Limited to manufacture Covid-19 vaccines. Uhuru said this will end dependence on vaccine donations. The President directed the Ministry of Health to operationalize the facility for the eventual manufacturing of homespun doses by Easter of 2022. “If there is anything, we …

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