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PHOTOS: 152 dummy bombs found at a hardware shop in Nanyuki

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Police on Saturday morning found 152 dummy bombs at a hardware shop in Nanyuki, Laikipia County.

 

It is unclear what the dummies were for but the owner of the shop says he had bought them as scrap metal.

Police have sealed off the site and investigations are underway.  Bomb disposal squad is also at the scene.

Source: Standard Media

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Ruto: I’ll retire from politics in 10 years’ time

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Deputy President William Ruto says he will exit the political stage within the next 10 years when his political time lapses.

Speaking at Kitale ASK Showground on Friday during a retirement ceremony for Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa Bishop Samuel Thiongo, Dr Ruto said that politicians should not overstay in power because there’s life after politics.

The Deputy President also urged leaders to focus their energies on addressing challenges facing Kenyans.

“I have been in this political scene for a while now and I learned a lot of things. I will mentor the youth so that they can understand because even as we speak I have also started to get ready for it and in the next 10 years I will retire and leave the youth to take over,” said Ruto.

Source: Nairobi News

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JKIA ranked among the busiest airports in the continent

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The Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi has been ranked as one of the busiest airports in Africa.

The latest report by Airports Council International has ranked the facility as the fourth busiest airport in the continent.

Johannesburg International Airport (South Africa) has been named the busiest airport in Africa, handling at least 281 passenger flights on average per day.

Cairo International Airport (Egypt) and Bole International Airport in Ethiopia are ranked second and third busiest airports in the region.

Source: Daily Nation

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Australian arrested in Nairobi for interfering with CCTV cameras

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An Australian, Benjamin Gsull, has been arrested for allegedly covering and switching off CCTV cameras of an apartment in Nairobi.

Police had received complaints of an attempted house break-in and were carrying out investigations when they discovered him on the surveillance footage.

During a search in his house, police found two rounds of ammunition and a bag of bhang.

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