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Gangsters steal Sh 1 million from a Church in kenya

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Three armed robbers raided a church office in Nyeri Town on Tuesday afternoon and made away with over Sh1 million church collection, the area bishop has said.

The men, who were said to be armed with guns, raided the office of African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) at around 3pm where they stole the money.

The robbers, who were on a motorcycle, reportedly fired in the air and demanded for the money which was in the office.

According to AIPCA Bishop Bernard Muthoga, only two staff members, a youth coordinator and a secretary were in the office at the time of the daylight robbery.

The workers were unhurt in the robbery.

“They cooperated so they did not hurt them. They just took the money and left. We have reported the matter to police,” said Bishop Muthoga.

The money is said to have been church collections and donations which was yet to be banked.

Nyeri Central Assistant County Commissioner John Marete told Nairobi News that a pursuit for the suspects has been launched as investigations begin.

-Nairobi News

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God doesn’t listen to Sheng prayers – DJ Soxxy 

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BY KEVIN KOECH

Celebrated gospel disk master DJ Soxxy has called out people who pray in Sheng’ claiming God might not answer such prayers.

The K24 TV host further urged people to use respectful names when talking to God, or He will not answer them.

“When you are praying in sheng’ and call God fathela and Big man Bazu, ati acheze kama yeye… hiyo maombi unaona ni kama itafika?” He posed.

Some netizens agreed with Soxxy, claiming that God deserves to be addressed using respectful names.

“It’s utter nonsense really… First we need to understand the person we’re addressing! the almighty, the great and terrible God. Language is often influenced by the audience you’re addressing. If you were speaking to a mere king, would you speak to them in such language?” one ray posed.

However, some netizens felt that God does not care whichever language you use to communicate with Him.

Some tweeps even went ahead to quote the Bible, acknowledging that when the tower of Babylon fell, people started speaking different languages.

“You are so wrong on this. god wants people who worship him in spirit and truth. he looks at the heart of men. FYI even the original bible was not written in English. Stop demonizing local languages, of which sheng is one of them,” Clayton quipped in.

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Sheng’ language is becoming increasingly popular among Nairobi residents with the language evolving day in day out.

Political leaders are also using the language when trying to attract the youth to their side.

Recently, Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua accused ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi of copying him using Sheng’.

According to Mutua, Sheng’ is his way of communicating with the youth.

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Court suspends KNH strike

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BY KEVIN KOECH

The Employment and Labour Relations Court has ordered striking KNH staff back to work pending the hearing of the case filed by the hospital.

In the Tuesday ruling, Lady Justice Maureen Onyango ruled that the strike was suspended until the case was heard and determined on October 6th.

For two days, beginning Monday, services at the national referral hospital came to a complete standstill. The staffers decried lack of implementation of a 2012 job upgrade agreement.

The health workers accused the Salaries and Remunerations Commission of failing to implement the resolution regarding salary re-categorization, following the job upgrade.

However, the SRC put brakes on the implementation process saying that the re-categorization did not involve a salary review. It was only meant to move to the hospital to a higher category.

The workers, including doctors, nurses and other members of the support staff, all refused to work. This meant that every activity in the hospital came to a halt.

Hospital management had also sent out a statement to the workers on Tuesday. They asked the workers’ unions to join them in the table as they sought an amicable end to the quagmire.

The 2012 agreement saw the advisory committee evaluate all parastatals which included referral hospitals. The evaluation upgraded jobs from level 3B to 7A, which meant that all 7000 KNH staff were subject to different salaries.

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The KNH board, then, in 2019, approached the Treasury for funds to implement the new salary figures. The Treasury had set aside Ksh 2.4 billion for the process, handing KNH Ksh 601 million early 2020.

The strike forced many families to sick patients to seek medical attention from other facilities. The distraught families and patients called for a speedy resolution to the stalemate.

KNH is Kenya’s biggest referral hospital and serves up to 2000 patients daily.

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Louis Otieno announces TV comeback

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Former KTN news anchor, Louis Otieno, has finally announced his comeback after a long illness.

The TV Icon is set to launch his comeback with a brand new show dubbed ‘The Second Act’.

From the foregoing, it is clear that Louis Otieno is keen on reviving his media career.

Speaking to his fans through a video which surfaced online on 29th September, the TV icon revealed that he will soon return to their screens.

“For those who i am familiar to, I have missed you. I hope to see you soon. I plan to be back with a program called, The Second Act,” Louis Otieno said in the video.

“This has taken a lot of work. It is happening because certain people have put together time, money and efforts and want to see me back,” he added.

Louis Otieno revealed that since the country was facing a difficult time due to the Covid-19 pandemic, he wants to engage decision makers on various issues.

Additionally, he revealed that a few former Nation Media Group staffers had put together the show.

The TV icon has successfully battled a long illness.

At some point, the illness left him with a hearing impairment.

He could no longer hear properly and totally depended on reading peoples lips to understand what they were saying.

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Louis developed Acute Pancreatitis in 2012 which impaired his hearing.

He appealed to Kenyans to help him raise money for hi surgery which would help him regain his hearing.

Louis thanked Kenyans for helping him raise the 4 million shillings which he needed for treatment.

“I reached out to the country and you came out. There are those who came out big and I am thankful to them,” he said.

Speaking on the same issue, the TV icon also revealed that the Cochlear Group of Kenya (COGK) hearing aids allowed him to regain his hearing.

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