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Fugitive murder suspect arrested after being on the run for three years




Detectives apprehended a wanted suspect on Saturday. The suspect has managed to evade police arrest for three years.

The culprit, David Kibe, 33, was smoked out at his hiding place in Makutano, Timboroa, Nakuru.

Nakuru DCI officers stormed into his house where he had been hiding.

David is being accused of killing Joan Wairimu whose body was found in Timboroa Forest in 2016.

Kibe will be arraigned in court on Monday, according to DCI boss.

Peter Kibe, is another suspect for the same case. He is the suspect main brother and has already been arraigned in court. Though the case is still in progress at the Nakuru Law Courts.

“Both suspects have been placed at the scene of murder through forensic analysis. The suspect is due to be arraigned in court on Monday,” read a statement from Nakuru DC



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Sarah Wairimu allowed to collect belongings from matrimonial home



Sarah Wairimu Cohen


The wife to the late, Dutch-Jewish businessman Tob Cohen, Sarah Wairimu Cohen, has been allowed by the high court to collect some of her belongings from their matrimonial home.

Sarah, alongside Peter Karanja, are the key suspects in the gruesome murder of Mr. Cohen in July 2019. The two appeared in court where they both pleaded not guilty. They were released on a cash bail of 2 million shillings each. Sarah was also, denied access to her home in Nairobi’s Lower kabete area.

The ruling at the high court by lady justice, Stella Mutuku allowed Sarah to only get particular items from the house.

“Ms. Cohen is allowed to collect her clothes, shoes, handbags and grooming tools from the premise,” said Justice Mutuku.

“The items to be collected shall be the ones deemed necessary to afford her comfortable life under the circumstances of this case.” She added

Sarah wanted to access more of her items such as Alcohol and soft drinks, some of her files and her dogs.

She further ruled that the exercise of collecting these items would be done under the supervision of D.C.I official as well as her lawyers.

The judge directed that the collection of the items should be done under the supervision of officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations as well as her lawyer.

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The collected items would then be listed and signed by Ms, Sarah.


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94-year-old granny raped and killed in Kangundo




Unknown people have raped and killed a 94 – year old granny in Kivaani, Kangundo.

A resident of the area suspected that something was wrong when the old lady failed to come outside, as was her norm.

The old lady whose house was found locked from inside lived alone. The criminals got into her house by removing some bricks from a part of it.

Investigations to catch those who committed the heinous crime are ongoing. No suspects have been arrested so far.
The body of the deceased has since been taken to Kangundo Hospital Mortuary for post-mortem.


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Gladys Boss Shollei Finally Granted Divorce, To Keep her Sh 700M Home In Kitisuru



Uasin Gishu County Women Representative and former Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Gladys Boss Shollei has finally divorced former Standard Group Managing Director Sam Shollei.

In a ruling delivered early last week in Nairobi, MP Gladys Shollei has been given a favourable ruling allowing her to keep the urban home in Kitisuru Estate Nairobi and the matrimonial farm in Uasin Gishu.

The ruling is said to have been a big relief to the MP who previously obtained orders barring her husband Sam Shollei from her matrimonial home after he eloped with a junior employee at Standard Group, Faith Rono.

Faith Rono worked as a reporter for the Standard before promotion by her then clandestine lover, Sam Shollei, to be the Corporate Communications Manager. Sam Shollei moved into Faith’s house in Langata after he was barred from the Ksh 700 million palatial home in Kitisuru.

Friends of Faith Rono and Sam Shollei have indicated that the couple recently had a traditional marriage ceremony which was witnessed by their family and friends in Uasin Gishu.

In the divorce suit lodged in 2016, Gladys Shollei accused Sam Shollei of abandoning the family, refusing to provide for it, denial of conjugal rights and being abusive.

The couple has managed to keep their marriage woes under wraps with few even knowing that they were going through divorce.

The affair between Sam Shollei and faith Rono was an open secret at Standard Group as the former CEO was also known to eye 2 other girls. Sam Shollei finally settled on the junior staff member who is almost 30 years his junior. Peers of the former CEO have indicated that Sam Shollei might be going through a serious mid-life crisis.

After the separation between Gladys and Sam, Faith Rono also broke-up with Sam as she had previously thought that it’s Gladys who was going to move out of the Kitusuru home. The two later came back together and are now living as husband and wife.

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Gladys Shollei has reportedly been given full custody of the couple’s children and she indicated in her suit papers that she doesn’t need any maintenance from her previous husband.

Sam Shollei currently works for disgraced businessman Kamlesh Pattni as a consultant.

Gladys Shollei was controversially pushed out of the powerful Judicial Service Commission on allegations of corruption. She was elected as a Women Representative in Uasin Gishu County in 2017.

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