President Kenyatta sounds warning to lazy police officers

President Uhuru Kenyatta has issued stern warning to Police officers who play laxity on their duties that they risk being sacked from the National Police service. Addressing top security meeting in Mombasa on Friday, the President said a trend where police officers fail to deliver in one particular area and are transferred to another station will be a thin of the past. He noted that failure cannot be transferred from one area to another tasking the County and Regional Security Chiefs to ensure every officer delivers as per the law.…

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President’s Gicheha Farm meeting elicits mixed reactions among leaders

Revelations from a private meeting at Gicheha Farm between President Uhuru Kenyatta, a section of Nakuru leaders and Kikuyu elders continues to elicit mixed reactions. It is said the meeting was about among other things drumming support for the Building Bridges Initiative. Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri who late last year led a delegation to Deputy President William Ruto’s home in Sugoi now says majority of those who attended the Tuesday meeting at Gicheha Farm in Rongai,Nakuru were also present in Sugoi. Addressing media in Nakuru town on Wednesday morning,…

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Up your parenting role, CS Magoha tells parents

CS George Magoha

Education Cabinet Secretary Prof.George Magoha has urged parents to take serious their parenting role. Speaking on Wednesday when he officially released the 2019 KCSE examination results, the CS cited unfortunate instances where children have committed suicide after parents being turf on them for not achieving the ‘right’ grades. He called on parents to accept the results of their children they way they receive adding that every child is potential in one area or another. According to the CS, parents should not just focus on the white collar jobs but rather…

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CS Magoha sounds stern warning to men preying on school girls

CS George Magoha

Education CS Prof.George Magoha has sounded a stern warning to individuals in society who are in the habit of marrying school going girls. Speaking on Wednesday during the release of the 2019 KCSE results, the CS noted that there are still some individuals in the society who are still marrying young girls who should be in school. He added that they will work closely with the Ministry of interior to ensure that those who are found culpable are dealt with as per the law. “I want to say this without…

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Nakuru leaders call for unity as they lead residents in marking 56th Jamhuri Day

Residents of Nakuru East and Nakuru West sub-counties joined Kenyans in marking the 56th Jamhuri Day at Kapkures grounds in Nakuru West with calls for peace and cohesion. Addressing residents, Nakuru County Commissioner Erastus Mbui refuted claims that criminal gangs in Nakuru are due to unemployment among youths. He said such cannot be an excuse yet there are numerous companies opened up in the area where youths can seek jobs. He urged youths to make good use of the opportunities among them the newly opened investment companies in Nakuru. While…

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Motorists want road closed over huge cracks on bridge

The government has been called upon to immediately shut down the Nakuru-Njoro highway turnoff bridge and stop motorists from using the busy interchange after huge cracks become visible on a section of the road. Motorists plying the road led by Nakuru politician Erick Ogada now want the Kenya national highways’ authority (KeNHA) to close the bridge to avert a looming disaster. He noted that with the number of vehicles plying the route daily, something bad might happen should KeNHA fail to take instant action. “The cracks are huge and the…

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