A Matatu Sacco plying the Kitui-Machakos-Nairobi route is now calling upon Machakos Governor, Dr. Alfred Mutua to intervene in what it alleges is harassment by County Inspectorate Officers over parking space. Through their Chairman, Gerald Lamba, Nakisa Sacco is also protesting a move by the county administrators that saw the operator expelled from the Machakos Bus termini under unclear circumstances. The official now says the operations of the giant PSV Sacco has been thrown into…"Sacco Protests Alleged Favoritism At Bus Terminal"
The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) South Rift Chapter has appealed to the Chief Justice, David Maraga to urgently deploy Judges to the region in a bid to reduce case backlog. The Chair of the chapter, Geoffrey Kipng’etich said that the region lacks resident judges, for Environment and Land court and Employment and Labour relations court. Presenting their petition to the Judiciary through Kericho Resident Judge, Asenath Ongeri who is also the visiting Judge in…"South Rift Lawyers Appeal For Deployment Of Judges"
Flood victims in Garissa currently camping at various learning institutions have claimed that the schools’ management are harassing them. Speaking to KNA on phone the Victims’ Chairman Abdille Bille said that for the past one week they have been threatened with forceful eviction if they do not leave by Friday this week. At least 8,000 flood victims are still camping at six camps namely Young Muslims, ADC grounds, NEP technical, Kazuku, Hyuga Girls and Jaribu…"Flood Victims Claim Harassment From School Management"
About 526 bows, 1,120 arrows and three spears have been surrendered to the government by two warring communities in the volatile Oloorwasi land in Narok South Sub County. Addressing the media in his office Thursday, Narok county commissioner Samuel Kimiti said the initiative will help in restoring peace in the area where nine people were killed, 15 seriously injured and over 20 houses burnt. The Maasai and Kipsigis communities engaged in fresh war last week…"Illegal Weapons Recovered In Volatile Land"
NAIROBI, Six people have been killed and more than 20 houses burned in ethnic fighting in Olpusimoru in Narok county, about 150 kilometres from the capital Nairobi. At least a dozen others have been injured in the clashes that started over the weekend and are being treated in local hospitals. “We have 13 people with arrow injuries admitted at Narok Referral hospital and Olenguruone,” Rift Valley regional commissioner George Natembeya told journalists on Tuesday. The…"Kenya: Six killed in ethnic clashes over alleged cattle theft, politics"
Truck drivers on Thursday blocked and paralyzed operations at the busy Malaba One-Stop Border Post protesting against what the termed as “harassment and discrimination” by Ugandan authorities. The drivers who spoke through their Malaba Chairman Kenneth Okeyo outlined six issues they want the Kenyan and Ugandan authorities to address with urgency before they pave way for normal cargo transport operations at the border post. Priority on their demand list is the release of a Kenyan…"Transporters Paralyse Operations At Malaba Border Post"