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VIDEO: BREAKING: Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri launches ‘Washenzi’ Movement in Nakuru Town



Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri has launched  ‘Washenzi’ Movement in a rejoinder to Uhuru’s sentiments that those opposing his development strategy are Washenzi.

President Uhuru Kenyatta said all regions deserve government projects after Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria said  Uhuru was taking development to parts of the country that voted opposition.

“Ambia hao washenzi waachane na mimi, ”  said Uhuru.

The ‘washenzi’ tag  sparked intense reactions on social media. Jubilee supporters took to social media to complain, while others supported him.

A Facebook user, Muigai Njoroge Kigutha, sarcastically told the President that his supporters had received the message.

Washenzi tumeachana na wewe. Ukitoka huko enda Kisumu then Mandera, sisi tutang’ang’ana na hali yetu. Huu ni mwiba wa kujichoma. (As fools, we have left you alone and after leaving there (Mombasa) go to Kisumu and Mandera. We will deal with our issues. This is self-inflicted pain),” said the artist.

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria on Saturday continued with his criticism against the Jubilee government for allegedly neglecting Mt Kenya region.

He said the region was yet to see the gains the government had promised despite them voting for it overwhelmingly.

“The region lags behind in terms of roads, electricity and water. It is now time that the government puts more efforts in development,” he said.

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Teen hangs self after parents disciplined him over stealing sweets



A 13-year-old boy hanged himself in a neighbour’s house at Shaviringa village, Hamisi Sub County, after his parents disciplined him.

It is alleged the Class Five pupil had stolen some sweets in a kiosk.

The owner then reported the matter to the boy’s parents who disciplined him over the same.

Shiru location Chief Josephine Khalwale said after the parents disciplined him, the boy disappeared from their home on Saturday morning, without saying where he was going.

“The parents thought he was remorseful of the offence committed and had only run away and would be back later in the day. That did not turn out to be the case,” Ms Khalwale said.

She noted when evening came, the parents started searching for the boy and after the endless search at school, the entire village andneighborhood, his body was discovered in a vacated house.

“The body was found hanging in the house at around 10:30pm on Saturday. It seems he hanged himself earlier in the day, only to be discovered late in the night,” she said.

It has not been established whether there is any other reason that led the boy to hang himself. The body has been taken to Vihiga County Referral Hospital mortuary in Mbale.

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Njoro Boys High School closed indefinitely



Njoro Boys High School in Nakuru County has been closed indefinitely.

Ministry of Education official in Nakuru County made the decision today afternoon after a teacher on duty discovered a dormitory where some 70 students were sleeping doused with petrol.

The closure comes three days after a dormitory was set on fire destroying property of unknown value.

All students were sent home after a consultative meeting between the school management, local security team and education officials at Njoro sub-county.

Rift Valley Education director Mary Gaturu said investigations have been launched to establish who was behind the arson attack that occurred on Thursday last week and also to find out who doused the dormitory with petrol.

“All students have been directed to go home until further notice as we conduct investigations to avert cases of arson,” said Dr Gaturu.

On Saturday night, suspected arsonists believed to be students, doused a dormitory where students were sleeping with petrol

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My king has not been born yet – Lilian Muli



Citizen TV anchor Lilian Muli has called on women to “do better” by evaluating their worth in order to reject what she said was “monkey business” in relationships.

While throwing her weight behind a post that urged women to resist conforming to the mentality of accepting to be side chicks, Muli stated that there are good people out there who have no time for games.

She posted that her ‘king’ was yet to be born but at the same time noted that she was “forever hopeful.”

The anchor reiterated that “relationships should be exclusive and uncluttered.”

“I find that females nowadays are completely ok with being someone’s side chick. I don’t think I can ever conform to that mentality. I’ve discussed it with women numerous times and they always argue with me. Nobody wants to be a priority anymore? In that case, I’m greedy. I want one man and I want to be his only woman,” read the post.

To which Muli responded, “I believe it’s possible; relationships should be exclusive and uncluttered and there are good men and women out there who don’t have time for monkey business so don’t settle for crap know your worth. My king hasn’t been born yet though but I’m forever hopeful. Ladies what do you think??? I believe we can all do better.”

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