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Police probe brutal murder of couple in Ol Kalou



Police in Nyandarua Central Sub-County have launched investigations into the brutal murder of a man and his lover at Rurii village, Ol Kalou Constituency on Friday morning.

Initial investigations point to a love triangle and police believe the two were killed in the wee hours of Friday.

The two identified as Mr Michael Mathenge and Ms Elizabeth Wanjiku had severe cuts on the heads and other parts of the body.

A resident, Mr Samuel Mwangi said the body of Mr Mathenge was discovered by workmates who visited the home after he failed to answer their calls.

“Mr Mathenge was a team leader in a group of men involved in Irish potato packaging. His colleagues at work called since morning and decided to visit the home at around midday to find out why he had switched off his phone. They discovered his body in a pool of blood at the table room,” said Mr Mwangi.

They called the police who in the course of collecting their evidence found the body of the woman the residents identified as his lover in a pool of blood in the bedroom.

The victims are suspected to have been trailed from a local bar and were in the process of preparing a late supper when the killers struck.

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A meal of beans was still cooking on a stove in the table room. Police recovered bottles of second-generation alcoholic drinks, which they suspect the lovers had taken.

A village elder Mr Bosco Ngigi said the two were once marries but later divorced before they started living together.

“The woman hails from Kinangop constituency. She worked as a hotel attendant and did other casual jobs. She was a mother of three while the man was also married with three children with his first wife,” said Mr Ngugi.

Nyandarua Central Sub-County Directorate of Criminal Investigations Erick Ochieng said initial investigations indicate a love-triangle murder.

Mr Ochieng said that the killers broke the door to gain access the house.

“The killers must have known their way and how to gain access into the room. We suspect they might have traced the two from a bar. Our investigations indicate that the couple was murdered between 3 am and 4 am,” said Mr Ochieng.

He said that after killing the victims, the killers stole mobile phones from the victims.

“We have moved the bodies to JM Memorial Hospital in Ol Kalou Town for postmortem. It’s a tragedy for the woman whose daughter is recovering at JM Memorial Hospital. We have launched our investigations and we are progressing very well,” said Mr Ochieng.

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VIDEO: Furious Bishop in US tells off Kenyans who go drinking alcohol at funerals



A US-based Bishop is unhappy with some Kenyan immigrants whom he says are tarnishing the good name of the community. Bishop Dr GG Gitahi of  Kenyan American Community Church (KACC) in Marietta, Georgia, has chastized some of his compatriots for what he terms as “unacceptable habits.”

During his Sermon aptly titled “Let Us Choose,” last Sunday, Bishop Dr GG Gitahi “went after” those who carry alcohol to funerals homes and imbibe while the funeral service is going on and furiously said he wishes some of those people remained back in Kenya to “save us the embarrassment.”

“If you are one of those people, you are an embarrassment to the larger Kenyan community in the US,” he said.

Ni aibu kubwa mnatuletea hapa. Instead of people waiting to go and have their beer at home, wanaenda kwa funeral Homes na kutoa bia na kuanza kunywa. Halafu Director wa Funeral Home anasema Pastor, can’t your people have mannersTabia zingine tuache. Ndiyo sababu tunajiaibisha.”

You can watch the whole summon here courtesy of youtube/kacc:


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How one man attempted to save Kenyans from poisonous maize



NTV on Sunday aired an explosive exposé dubbed ‘White Alert’ which highlighted how millions of Kenyans consumed toxic food products as parliament watched silently.

In the 90-minute investigative documentary, former Member of Parliament for Naivasha Constituency, John Mututho, brought to light how former Kenya Bureau of Standards (Kebs) Managing Director the late Dr Kioko Mang’eli tried to stop poisonous maize from being released into the market.


In a sworn affidavit, which was tabled in Parliament in May 2009, the former Kebs boss accused the Prime Minister and officials in his office of putting pressure on him to authorize the maize in dispute.

The affidavit also revealed that officials of the National Cereals and Produce Board were pushing Mang’eli to approve the releasing of the maize into the market.

Mang’eli wrote to the then Managing Director at the National Cereals & Produce Board (NCPB) Gideon Misoi, highlighting the potential hazards that would arise if the general population was exposed to the poisonous maize.

“From past experiences, maize with moisture contents of more than 13.5 percent have resulted in the development of molds that produce aflatoxins that have adverse effects on both animals and human beings,” reads an excerpt from the late Mang’eli’s letter.

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The same letter was sent to Prof John Lonyangapuo who was serving as the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Industrialization at the time.

The information was passed to Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS), who suspiciously gave the maize consignment a clean bill of health, despite the state agency lacking the equipment necessary for aflatoxin testing.


“Currently the machines for testing aflatoxins are out of order though being repaired, they are using SGS laboratories (subcontracting) for such test and others,” read a section of a KEPHIS internal memo.

In 2009 the then Prime Minister Raila Odinga was put on the spot in Parliament over the controversial 6,000 metric tonnes of contaminated maize held in Mombasa, with MPs insisting that it was illegally off-loaded and released to the public.

Odinga denied the allegations, saying it was the MPs who were playing politics.

While appearing before Departmental Committee on Agriculture, which was chaired by Mututho, Mang’eli said he had been threatened by powerful personalities for protecting Kenya from Aflatoxin laced products and indicated he was under extreme pressure psychologically.

Mututho also claimed to have personally witnessed legislators receiving cash from within parliament premises to quash the Report on Food Security Status and the Maize Shortage in the Country that was tabled at the national assembly in April 2009.

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“In fact, they received bribes inside the parliament itself and when I was debating that evening I could see one gentleman with a big bag up there in the Speaker’s gallery dishing out cash,” Mututho claimed.


“Eventually I was alone debating against the likes of Orengo, the like of Raila, the likes of Ntimama, and all the others, 72 of them against me, all the other legislators needed to pass a vote had simply disappeared,” he added.

Ndaragwa MP, Jeremiah Kioni, on his part said that the MPs received as much as Sh18 million per head from powerful lobbyists to just walk out of Parliament when the report was being tabled to kill the motion from the onset.

After frustration from the government Mang’eli was replaced that same year as Kabs Managing Director.

On September 8, a confidential letter from then Head of Public, Francis Muthaura, to Prof Lonyangapuo said Dr Mang’eli had been relieved of his duties “in the public interest.”

Mang’eli would then blame his downfall on Odinga whom he accused of vendetta and tribalism.

“My exit is both political and tribal. I have been forced out by people who lost in the maize import saga. The maize saga was a war not a battle and those who lost have come back to fight us,” Mang’eli was quoted by Nation then.

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Mang’eli passed away on March 14, 2019, from pressure-related illnesses.

by NN

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“It was a mess” Willis Raburu and wife talk breakup before marriage



TV personality Willis Raburu and wife Marya Raburu had broken up while dating just before they got married.

Speaking to Rev.Kathy Kiuna on Women Without Limits, Marya revealed that Raburu was playing her with another woman while they were dating.

“We started getting into deep arguments. It was really crazy. It got to a place where we couldn’t move on. When he was dating me he had another girlfriend. I left and from there I became a very hard-headed woman. I moved out of my mum’s house and lived alone. “

Raburu, on the other hand, says he became a mess after Marya left her.

When we called it quits, I went into a downward spiral. Wasichana walinijua. I was hurt because everybody is reminding I can’t keep a girlfriend. For me, it was really painful. Then I became a workaholic. It was a mess.

Willis and Mary Raburu

Marya later confronted Raburu after he was late for church. Six months later she was selling cologne on facebook, an opportunity Raburu took to talk to her.

Later Raburu postponed three dates between them before they patched things up.

By Mpasho

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