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Kenyan boy with Cerebral Palsy needs your help

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13 years ago, Emmanuel Ndegwa Mururi was born of Samson Mururi Gachuki and Lydia Nyambura Mururi.

 

He has struggled all along in performing self-care activities e.g. feeding himself, going to toilets and sitting by himself.  He has a family that surely loves him and has not burdened a day to be his support people.

 

He suffers from Athetoid-Spastic type of Cerebral Palsy (CP).  He attends special education day care at the Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya.  He also receives therapy for neuromuscular and cognitive development

 

Isaac, his elder brother’s greatest wish is that Emmanuel can join him as he visits his friends and play together.

 

But now we have a solution to this struggle, God has answered our prayers by providing us with a hospital, doctors and nurses in India to aid in correction of his condition.

 

Emanuel is scheduled to attend a specialized treatment at Neurogen Brain & Spine Institute in India in the month of May, 2018.

 

The cost of the treatment is Kshs. 3.5 million that include the operation procedure, medical supplies and accommodation of his parents during the treatment duration besides homecare services.

After the treatment, he will be able to improve on his speech, balance, upper limb activity as well as cognition, understanding and improvement in his brain metabolism.

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We are requesting friends, family well-wishers to join us for a fundraiser

Date:  8th April, 2018

Venue: Wings Hotel at the Intersection between the

Eastern by-pass and Kagundo Road

Time: 2.00 p.m.

 

Your kind donations can be sent through

Mpesa Paybill Number: 614245, Account Name: YOUR NAMEiStandWithEmmanuel

 

Let’s come together and stand with Emanuel for in the time of our need God will use angels to come into our assistance.

God bless you in advance!

 

For more information, please contact

Mr. Samson Gachuki on Mobile No. 0722718442

 

#iStandWithEmmanuel

 

SOURCE: Mykenyanlink.com

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Waiguru’s Husband narrates how man asked him to leave his Wife

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Lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo, Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waguru’s husband has narrated an ordeal in which a man accused him of trying to snatch his wife.

On his Facebook account, Waiganjo narrated that the agitated man told him to leave his wife alone citing that he had been sending her money regularly.

“Who’s this nut I wonder? His evidence? He’s gone through her phone and I send MPESA to her regularly,” read part of the post.

Out of curiosity, the lawyer decided to ask for the woman’s number and ongoing through his contacts he found out she was his daughter’s hairdresser.

“Turns out she’s my two daughter’s Kenyatta Market hairdresser so of course, I M-Pesa her regularly,” he added.

Waiganjo narrated that the man was so embarrassed and apologised profusely, adding that he had saved a marriage.

Kamotho Waiganjo, a lawyer

 

“I was completely surprised. We had not been talking about formalizing our relationship so I did not expect it. We had just come from holidays and we were celebrating his birthday as we do with close friends every year, “the governor stated.

A traditional Kikuyu ceremony later followed on February 16 – two days after Valentine’s – in Kiamungo, Kirinyaga county with family and invited guests present.

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“It was a beautiful ceremony. The time was right for us to take our relationship to the next level,” Kamotho commented.

Source: kenyans.co.ke

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Barclays Bank Sh14m ATM heist was an inside job – DCI Kinoti

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The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti has confirmed that the theft of sh14 million at various Automatic Teller Machines (ATM) operated by Barclays Bank was an inside job.

According to the DCI, an initial investigation has revealed that the daring heist was executed by employees attached to the bank.

Kinoti said his team of detectives was concluding its probe in readiness to hand over the investigation file to the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Hajji’s office for prosecution of those found culpable.

“What happened at Barclays Bank is what we call constructive robbery which is a type of theft committed by employees of an organization. Look at the precision and exactly what was targeted. We are talking about a place that has CCTV cameras. However, those cameras were smeared with some substance,” he said.

On Wednesday detectives arrested a taxi driver and impounded a Probox vehicle suspected to have been used in the theft.

Five Barclays bank officials and a group of G4S security guards were earlier this week taken into custody to aid the police with the investigation.

A string of robberies in the long Easter weekend left Barclays Bank short of more than Sh14 million after four teller machines were broken into in Mutindwa, Mater Hospital, Kenyatta National Hospita and Kenya Cinema all in Nairobi County.

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BREAKING: Evans Kidero arrested again

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Former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero and former Chief of Staff George Wainaina have been arrested.

The arrests come following investigations by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission over irregular payment of Sh68 million by the Nairobi City County government to a law firm.

EACC has been investigating allegations of irregular payment of the money to M/S Wachira Mburu, Mwangi and Company Advocates.

In a press statement, the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji said that after reviewing the file submitted by EACC, there was enough evidence to charge Dr Kidero and others over the suspected illegal payment.

According to the DPP, the suspects will be charged with, among others, conspiracy to commit an offence of corruption, abuse of office and money laundering.

Source:nation.co.ke

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