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 police on spot for injuring a journalist during riot at Egerton University

Police in Nakuru are once again on spot after a Nakuru based journalist working for Royal Media services (Radio Citizen and Inooro) was injured by a police officer and his equipment confiscated while he was on duty covering riots at Egerton University main campus in Njoro. The RMS reporter Robert Maina was injured, phone confiscated and recorder broken by police during students riots at Egerton University main campus in Njoro on Sunday evening. Maina says he was on his normal duty covering the riot as police were dispersing students who…

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Incorporate information technology for sustainable agriculture, farmers told

Young farmers have been urged to embrace and incorporate information Technology for sustainable agriculture in the country. Speaking at Egerton University in Njoro on Friday during the Strengthening Capacities for agricultural education, research and adoption in Kenya-SCARA symposium, Alexander Valeton from YIELDER (an NGO championing for improved farming) said ICT has a lot to offer and should be embraced. “We need super digital information in farming and the young people are good at this and if we do not invest in this then we are going to lose it all”…

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Drama as two factions clash over Njoro-Egerton Safaris Sacco stage

There was drama at Nakuru’s CBD Njoro-Egerton Safaris Sacco matatu terminus on Thursday following a push and pull between two factions. This saw transport services paralyzed with passengers watching helplessly as the two factions engaged in spit and spat. The drama began after matatu owners sensed that their defiant Sacco employees threatened to take control and management of the stage. Addressing media, Nakuru Touts and stage Managers Victor Kamau Kariuki said they parted ways with Njoro-Egerton Safaris Sacco after exploitation by the top management and wanted part of the stage…

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