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Meet Kirinyaga Woman Rep Wangui Ngirici’s beautiful daughter (Photos)

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Businesswoman-cum-politician Purity Wangui Ngirici is known for her flashy lifestyle.

Purity Wangui Ngirici
Purity Wangui Ngirici

Last year during the August 8 elections, The Kirinyaga Woman Rep, campaigned in choppers leaving tongues wagging.

Choppers and top of the range vehicles were the hallmarks of her campaigns. Her husband Andrew Peter Ngirici, who is also a businessman bankrolled her flashy campaigns and was the chief campaigner.

The power couple is blessed with three children and for the first time, Wangui Ngirici shared photos of their daughter. She’s beautiful. Her message to her gorgeous daughter read;

For the world, she is the girl but for me, she is my world. On this special day, I am wishing a happy birthday to my dearest daughter.

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Wangui Ngirici

Purity Wangui Ngirici
Purity Wangui Ngirici with her daughter

 

Purity Wangui Ngirici

Purity Wangui Ngirici

Wangui Ngirici, who was recently appointed the chairperson of Kenya Women’s Parliamentary Association (KEWOPA) was a close friend to pilot Apollo Malowa who perished in the ill-fated Nakuru chopper crash.

Purity Wangui Ngirici
Purity Wangui Ngirici with late captain Apollo Malowa

She eulogized the late as a great man and her message read:

Fly on Captain Apollo Malowa , it is true you made the scary sky sound and feel like heaven, flips & turns , spirals, nose dives and the sky salute to the entire Kirinyaga County on the day we won. The music you put in the chopper especially “God Win” will forever ring in my head. As hard as it is to accept this dawning reality hoping this is a bad dream I wish to say Thank you, Captain Apollo, for being my pilot and my friend. Fly on Captain, fly on with the angels. Till we meet again SHAlOM elaikhem.

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Seconds from death: How boda boda mechanic escaped Wajir terror attack

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Josphat Kinyili, 28, was one of the lucky survivors of last week’s terror attack in Wajir that left eight dead. The father of one had traveled to Wajir for the first time on November 22, after a man he met in Eastleigh offered him a job at a newly opened motorcycle garage up north.

He had met the man only identified as Chairman while running his own garage in Eastleigh. Chairman persuaded him to close it down as he would offer him a permanent job with a monthly salary.

Good deal

Kinyili demanded a Sh20,000 monthly salary, but chairman negotiated it downward. Eventually, they agreed on Sh12,000. To sweeten the deal, Kinyili would also be allowed to make money on the side by repairing motorcycles while still working for Chairman.

It was a good deal, he told investigators.Three days after he started working in Wajir, his grandmother died in Machakos.He asked his employer for some time off work to travel to Machakos for the burial. As agreed with his boss, he boarded the bus to Mandera on the night of December 5.

While in Eastleigh, he met Chairman’s brother who asked him to buy some motorcycle spare parts and deliver them to the garage in Wajir.The man also asked him to constantly update him on the journey by calling every time the bus stopped.

The bus made a stopover at Katulo area just a kilometre from where the travelers encountered the gunmen who killed the eight people, all from non-local communities.While he had been in constant communication with both Chairman and his brother through phone calls, they both refused to pick his calls just before they were attacked.

He called the two men at least five times but none of them answered.At around 5pm as the bus was approaching Kotulo, a man of Somali origin dressed in uniform resembling that of Kenya Forest Service, flagged down the bus.He was not armed. He walked into the bus as if he was conducting an inspection then walked out. Barely a kilometre later, the bus was flagged down by seven people dressed in uniform resembling those of KDF officers. They were armed with AK47s.

Two of the men in KDF uniforms walked in and ordered all passengers to alight. One by one, the passengers disembarked, with those seated at the front stepping out first.It is only after he heard them shout at passengers to lie down that he realised that the men dressed in security officers’ uniforms were not KDF soldiers or police officers but criminals.They spoke in Kiswahili, ordering the passengers to lie down on their stomach.

They were put in two groups — locals on one side and non-locals on the other. Kinyili said he tried to squeeze himself into a seat where a group of local women were hiding but they ordered him to leave.Eventually, he had to disembark.

Outside, he saw one of the armed men filming the events as they unfolded. With another man who he later came to learn was a police officer, he ended up on the group of locals before one of the gunmen ordered them to leave and join the group of non-locals.It was while walking to join the non-locals that he splintered into the bush to save his dear life. The armed men shot at him three times.

Luckily, none of the bullets hit him.Inside the bushes, Kinyili met a policeman who had jumped out the window.

They walked for about five kilometres in the thickets as they sought help.At around 6.30pm, they saw a lorry ferrying miraa coming from the opposite direction and waved at the driver to stop. After listening to their story, the driver drove off.

They eventually got help at around 7pm when they saw a KDF lorry headed on the direction of the attack.

They flagged it down and the KDF officers allowed them to board. They were booked into a lodging and were airlifted to Nairobi the following day.

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Man kills self over Sh500 medical fee

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By JUDITH GICOBI

A man in Likoni Mombasa on Friday committed suicide after his family refused to assist him with Sh500 for a medical test.

Mr. Kevin Majiwa, 37, hanged himself at their home in Zamzam area. He left a six-page suicide note citing how his family had failed to look after him over the period he had been sick.

A suicide note was found in his room. Kevin wrote his family turned down his request for Sh500 to go for a haemogram test. He also blamed his siblings for abandoning him.  In the note, he thanked doctors, friends and neighbors whom he said had been there for him.

Investigations into the incidence have been started by the Likoni Sub County Police Commander Jane Munywoki.

The body was taken to the Coast General Hospital mortuary in Mombasa Island.

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Government raises concern over preference for elderly night guards

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By JUDITH GICOBI

Government authorities have raised concern over an increase in the employment of elderly persons as night guards in Vihiga after it appeared that many traders, premise owners and institutions in the county prefer the elderly persons to the youth.

The county authorities are of the view that business owners would better hire the youth who are more energetic.

County Commissioner Mr. Ochillo Oyugi expressed this concern amid rising insecurity cases that have seen the elderly night guards attacked on several occasions.

Numerous elderly guards are reported to have encountered severe injuries following attacks when on duty. Some have died in a spate of incidents in the county in the year.

Earlier this year, five night guards – all aged above 60 years – were attacked and killed by a gang at the Kilingili market.

The government feels it is the high time traders across the county started employing younger people for the job.

“I call on traders to employ young, energetic guards and not the elderly people,” said Mr. Oyugi, who also asked traders to install CCTV cameras on their premises.

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