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AP officer in Mama Lucy Hospital shooting drama detained for 8 days

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The administration police officer suspected of shooting and killing a bodaboda rider at the Mama Lucy Kibaki hospital in Komarock area, Nairobi on Tuesday will be held in police custody until February 28.

Detective constable Laban Kalama attached to Kayole Directorate of Criminal Investigations offices obtained custodial orders to hold constable Zadock Achuka Ayego at the Kayole police station.

The orders were granted by Makadara chief magistrate Heston Nyaga.

Kalama said he is investigating a case of murder where Ayego is suspected to have shot dead Daniel Mburu Wangari during a confrontation between police officers and bodaboda riders at the hospital.

He said Mburu was rushed to the same hospital where he succumbed to injuries.

He had sought 14 days custodial orders to record witness statements, conduct a mental assessment of the suspect and get the postmortem report of the deceased.

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Ayego’s lawyer Ayako Kanyoko, however, objected. She said the detention period sought by the DCI was unnecessarily long.

“The incident happened n Nairobi, all witnesses are in Nairobi and the investigations are happening in Nairobi. Three days should be enough,” Kanyoko said.

But state counsel Joseph Mburugu said the time was not lengthy. Mburugu said the investigations were not happening in the same office.

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For instance, Mburugu said the mental assessment is only done at the Mathari Hospital and a booking must be done and an appointment obtained before the suspect is taken there.

Nyaga said he is considerate that the matter has sparked public interest because of the stature of the suspect – being a police officer but the same cannot affect the determination on whether he will be granted bail and bond or not.

Several witnesses have recorded statements with the DCI, including Mburu’s mother, the two riders who went to the hospital with him.

They had been arrested during a commotion that happened as they were being forced out of the hospital and locked up at the Kayole police station but were released on Wednesday after recording the statements.

By NN

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Betty Kyallo winning at co-parenting

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Betty Kyallo and her ex-husband Dennis Okari are ow co-parenting.

Speaking on her YouTube channel, she revealed they recently had a meeting.

Good morning guys. I have a busy day and I’m hoping to accomplish. I’m heading to the new flair by Betty where we’re relocating to. We have to finish by the end of this week because I already gave notice at FCB Mihrab and I’m to move out. After that, I have to go Kijabe street to check out the floorings, then visit a lighting shop, then go to the furniture shop on Mombasa road. After that, I have a meeting with Ivanna’s father (Okari) then meet my brand manager.

She didn’t vlog the part she met with Okari. Speaking to her daughter Ivanna who was busy scrolling through her phone, she asked

Ooh you took photos with your daddy? Daddy came to see you?

‘Yes,’ the little girl responded.

Her fans were happy to hear that she was on good terms with Okari and Abdirashid Abdi wrote,

Meeting with Ivan’s dad wow that is amazing

Recently, Betty Kyallo shared a video, confirming that she and Okari were co-parenting and he has been meeting their daughter.

‘MY BABY IS BECOMING A SWEET LITTLE GIRL 🎈🎈 SHE CHOOSES WHAT TO WEAR SHE LIKES DRESSES AND TRACK SUITS JUST LIKE ME❤️ SHE CHOSE WHAT TO WEAR TODAY BECAUSE SHE HAD A DATE WITH HER DAD ‘SHE LOVES MAKEUP, LIPSTICK ESPECIALLY 🤗🤗 SHE DOESN’T LIKE CUDDLES ANYMORE, I HAVE TO BEG FOR KISSES, SHE GIVES HUGS EASILY AND SHE DOESN’T LIKE OATS ANYMORE😆 I’M HAPPY GOD GAVE ME A SECOND CHANCE WITH HER,’ she posted a few days below she left K24. TV.

By Mpasho.co.ke

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VIDEO: Teacher Wanjiku’s reaction after receiving special message from Lupita Nyong’o

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This past weekend, actress Lupita Nyong’o went on to appreciate teacher Wanjiku in a post shared on her official instagram post.

As seen on the post, Lupita celebrated the mother of two for being an inspiration; and a perfect getaway especially with the ongoing lockdown.

According to Lupita Nyong’o, Teacher Wanjiku’s funny video clips have been keeping her busy during the compulsory lockdown; hence making life more bearable for her.

Through her instagram page the American actress went on to write saying;

When the world is dark and I’m feeling low… there’s always @teacherwanjiku! Thank you for lifting my spirits this morning and taking me back home for a moment. #SorryWorld, this post will be enjoyed by the Swahili speakers and folks who like the sound of a foreign language and those who just like hearing people laughing. Watch the whole bit on her ig page.

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Having started her career back home in Kenya; this was indeed a good gesture coming from Lupita who is now an international actress.

This is the first time the lady has gone ahead to appreciate the Kenyan talent through her instagram page. For this reason teacher Wanjiku on the other had – could not keep calm after being tagged on the post.

Through her instagram page, the comedian appreciated the love from Lupita as she thanked her for supporting the Kenyan talent.

Thank you @lupitanyongo 🙏 Asante sana #wajohn Ameenda international 😂😂😂😂😂

https://www.instagram.com/p/CAxrbyZALJ7/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

On the comment section fans also congratulated Teacher Wanjiku for the hard work she has been putting in all these years.

Others also felt challenged after seeing such a big star appreciate the comedian; wherelse other Kenyans prefer appreciating international acts, when the real deal is just in front of their eyes.

BY Ghafla.co.ke

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Cops hunting for rider who fled with friend’s Sh505K

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Police are looking for a boda boda rider who disappeared after receiving Sh505,200 he had been sent by his friend to collect for her.

Bernard Onsase had been sent by Monica Macharia to collect the money from her friend at Wilson Airport on May 9.

He later switched off his phone and disappeared.

Shaurimoyo police station is obtained court orders to compel telephone services provider Safaricom to share details of Onsase and his wife Asenath Omwenga’s mobile phone numbers.

Police constable Mohamed Ragow told Makadara chief magistrate Heston Nyaga that Onsase has been Macharia’s customer but moved his family and relocated to an unknown place.

Police want Safaricom to avail M-Pesa transaction details of the couple’s phone numbers from May 9 to date and any other information that may help in obtaining concrete evidence for the case.

The police also want to have access and carry away document related to transactions of Onsase’s account and Safaricom to provide other telephone numbers the two could have registered.

Nyaga granted the orders, but, however, pointed out that 90 percent of Kenyans are likely to do what Onsase did.

By NN

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