Public health officials and a non-governmental organization in Kisii County have launched a campaign to sensitize the community on the need to develop a healthy attitude towards the elderly and end atrocities meted on them over sorcery allegations. Addressing the press at Nyachenge in South Mugirango constituency during a sensitization event, Thursday, PHO Beatrice Matara, said the elderly were being educated on how to prevent themselves from mob lynching and contracting various types of diseases.…"Campaign To Stop Mob Lynching Of Kisii Elders Kicks Off"
A domestic feud turned tragic in Siaya County after a mother poisoned her infant woman to retaliate her husband’s failure to buy them a New Year gifts Witnesses said the 27-year-old mother identified as Linet Achieng fed her two-month-old infant with poison before partaking the same concoction in an attempt to take her life moments after picking a quarrel with the husband who at the time had left the house. Asayi sub location assistant chief,…"Siaya Mother Poisons Infant Over New Year Gift"
Police are looking for a 45- year -old man who reportedly killed his mother and sister in Utithi location, Kibwezi sub county. Kibwezi Deputy County Commissioner (DCC) Abdi Muhamud said initial investigations revealed the man ambushed his sister, 35, in her house at around 4am and stabbed her to death. He also slit his mother’s throat aged 73 who had responded to her daughter’s distress call. Mohamud said the man who is reportedly mentally challenged…"Kibwezi Man Kills Mother And Sister"
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha is confident that schools countrywide have complied with the laid down protocols preventing the spread of coronavirus in schools as they reopen The CS in a multi-agency stakeholder’s media brief held today at Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), Nairobi said that the government has done everything possible and within their mandate to ensure that schools are ready to open come tomorrow The CS who admitted that while adherence to…"Schools Finally Reopen After Covid 19 Break"
Four more people died of Covid 19 related ailments as 64 others tested positive to the highly infectious viral disease over the last 24 hours. The fresh infections were detected from a sample size of 1,852 bringing to 96,678 the number of confirmed positive cases in the country. The cumulative tests are now 1,052,836. From the cases 59 are Kenyans while 5 are foreigners. 35 are males and 29 females. The youngest is a six-year-old…"COVID-19 Claims Four More"
The government has extended the night curfew and several other COVID-19 containment measures in efforts to tame the spread of the virus as schools reopen tomorrow. School going children in both primary and secondary schools are expected to resume physical learning on Monday after a nine month break since closure back in March last year when the first case of COVID 19 was reported in the country. “The President has issued an Executive Order extending…"State Extends Covid 19 Containment Measures"