Police in Nakuru are holding nine suspected drug peddlers after a swoop on notorious crime hotspots across three slums in Nakuru town. Addressing the press at the Bondeni Police station, Nakuru East Deputy County Commissioner (DCC) Eric Wanyonyi said the suspects aged between 15 and 17 years were found with 100 sachets of cocaine with a street value of Sh30, 000, a kilogram of Cannabis Sativa worth Sh 40,000 and two mobile phones. Wanyonyi said…"Nakuru Police Nab Suspected Drugs Dealers"
Namachanja High School in Kanduyi Constituency Bungoma County is in the process of installing an automated thermo gun to help in taking temperatures and save on time due to over enrolment. Namachanja is among the best performing schools in Bungoma County, and has very high population. Speaking to KNA the Deputy Principal administration Humphrey Musuya assured that students are staying safe and strictly following the Covid-19 guidelines. He noted that the school management has installed…"Namachanja High School To Install Automated Thermo Guns"
Detectives in Machakos Town have begun a probe on the death of a man whose body was found on Tuesday afternoon stuck in a water tank which serves several government offices. The water tank serves the Teachers Service Commission, Children Department, Social Development Office and the National Council for Persons with Disabilities offices. The partially decomposed body was pulled out of the 10,000 litre water tank at exactly 2:15 pm through a combined effort by…"Police Start Probe On Body Found In Water Tank"
Migori County’s dream of having an airport and super roads has eventually come to fruition after the National government invested heavily in infrastructure expansion in the region. The move by President Uhuru Kenya’s government to pump billions of shillings in various infrastructure expansion programmes has become a broad development undertaking that has seen new tarmac roads sprouting up in the area even within the remotest villages. Among the projects that the local people are marveling…"County To Enjoy Modern Airport/Roads (Opinion Piece)"
The Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP) has disbursed Sh31.6 million to 1,580 beneficiaries in Kakamega County as business support grants in the past one year. The County Youth Officer (CYO) Gareth Nkichabe said another batch of 2, 143 young people have been trained and placed under internship in various trades including plumbing, electrical installation, catering and motor vehicle mechanics over the same period. Nkichabe stated that KYEOP which is sponsored by the World…"Kakamega Youth Received Over Sh31 Million As Business Support Grant"