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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Leaders demand justice for Nakuru journalist harassed by police

Peter Mbae

Leaders demand justice for Nakuru journalist harassed by policeNakuru leaders are demanding justice for Nakuru based Radio journalist who was harassed by police while covering riot at Egerton University. Nakuru MCAs have called on the police to expedite investigation into the case where the Royal Media Services Reporter was harassed and injured by police and his equipment confiscated while he was covering students’ riot at Egerton University main Campus in Njoro on Sunday evening. Addressing media on Monday evening, the leaders led by Kabazi Ward MCA Dr.Peter Mbae said an…

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Nakuru Law student lashes out at government over Miguna’s tribulations

A Nakuru Law student has weighed in on the tribulations that controversial Lawyer Miguna Miguna is undergoing. Bernard Omwandho a student of law in one of the Universities in Nakuru has questioned why the government has shown contempt to court orders. According to Omwandho, the court order was very clear directing that government through immigration department facilitate the return of lawyer Miguna Miguna in the country. The law student now argues that if the trend where State continues to disobey court orders then the country is headed in the wrong…

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Talks on in preparation for Naivasha World safari rally

Talks are underway in preparation for the Naivasha World Rally championship to be held in July. Speaking after holding a meeting with a team from Kenya Motorsport Federation who are the organizers of the event,Naivasha’s Lakeview Ward MCA Karanja Mburu welcome the move. The MCA who will be host of the event in Naivasha says this is Paramount as it will be a boost to the economy with many guests expected in Naivasha for the event. While terming Naivasha as heritage and splendor for Nakuru county,the vocal Nakuru MCA called…

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Crossover 2020, Nakuru residents spoilt for choice


Nakuru town residents are spoilt for choice as to where to usher in the new year. Apart from three highly publicized events, there are a host of other new year’s eve planned events. There top three contenders for the place of choice for ushering in the new year. The Pamoja Concert at ASK showground, the Avril homecoming cum New year party at Rift Valley Sports Club and the Crossover 2020 Kesha at Afraha Stadium. Crossover 2020 Kesha, Afraha Stadium For several years now, the Kingdom Seekers Fellowship church in Nakuru…

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