Jamaa ashtakiwa kwa kujifanya kuwa afisa wa polisi Voi

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Mwanamume mmoja alifikishwa katika mahakama ya Voi kaunti ya Taita Taveta hapo jana kwa kujifanya afisa wa polisi.

Tazama vazi lake Esther Passaris inayozua gumzo kwenye mitandao

Reuben Gachanja Kang’ethe alifikishwa mbele ya hakimu Anne Karemi ambapo alikana shtaka hilo.

Mahakama imeelezwa kwamba tarehe 26/5/2019 jamaa huyo alijifanya afisa wa polisi na kuanza kuchukua hongo kutoka kwa waendesha bodaboda mjini Voi  na pia akajaribu kumkamata na kumfunga mfanyibiashara mmoja mjini humo.

Mwanadada afungwa kifungo cha maisha jela kwa mauaji

Hakimu alimuachilia kwa dhamana ya shilingi laki tatu na mdhamini wa kiwango sawa na hicho au pesa taslimu shilingi laki mbili.

Kesi hiyo itatajwa tena tarehe 24 mwezi huu huku ikitarajiwa kusikilizwa tarehe 1 Julai.

Mhubiri akamatwa akifukua miili ya wafu Naivasha

Polisi mjini Naivasha wamemkamata mhubiri mmoja aliyepatikana akifukua miili ya jamaa 7 waliofariki miaka kadha iliyopita.

Askofu huyo wa dini ya Akorino huko Kinamba alikua tayari ameifukua miili mitatu ukiwemo wa mkewe, kabla ya polisi na maafisa wa afya ya umma kumfumania.

Mhubiri huyo ambaye hata hakuonekana kushtuka alikiri kuifukua miili hio akisema alitaka kuizika mahala kwingine ili auze kipande hicho cha ardhi kwa wachimba migodi.

Mwanaharakati Omtatah ashinda katika kesi ya kuwashtaki wabunge

Askofu huyo Samuel Macharia alijitetea akisema alijaribu kutafuta agizo la mahakama lakini mchakato huo ulikua unachukua muda mrefu.

Alisema aliamua kuifukua mwenyewe miili hio kwani ilikua ghali mno kuajiri wataalamu wa kazi hio.

“Nina kipande kingine cha ardhi ambacho nilitaka kuizika tena miili hio lakini nadhani ingekua bora iwapo ningesubiri agizo la mahakama,” alisema.

Miongoni mwa miili ambayo mhibiri huyo alikua tayari ameifukua ni pamoja na wa mkewe, mwanae na mamake kabla ya polisi kumkamata.

Kufuatia kisa hicho majirani na jamaa zake walimtete mhubiri huo wakisema ni kawaida kwa watu wa eneo hilo kuhamisha makaburi ili kukodisha ardhi yao kwa wachimba migodi.

Kenyan celebrities slaying in trendy Kitenge outfits

Mpwawe Rebecca Wambui alisema kua oparesheni hio ilitekelezwa usiku na kua alishtuka kupata makaburi hayo yamefukuliwa, asubuhi.

“Alikua ametuambia kua atayahamisha makaburi hayo lakini shida ni tu alikosa kuhusisha taasisi za serikali ,” alisema Wambui.

Akiongea kwa njia ya simu OCPD wa Naivasha Samuel Waweru alithibitisha kisa hicho akisema miili iliyofukuliwa imepelekwa katika chumba cha kuhifadhi maiti cha Naivasha, huku mshukiwa akizuiliwa kusubiri kufikishwa mahakamani.

 

‘Police won’t arrest the man who raped me,’ cries woman

A man who made a written ‘confession’ to raping a woman in her sleep will not be prosecuted after the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case.

Bonny Turner, 41, waived her legal right to anonymity to highlight how she believes rape has been decriminalised by prosecutors.

Miss Turner was allegedly attacked by a man she knew in a London hotel in 2016.

A man who made a written ‘confession’ to raping a woman in her sleep will not be prosecuted after the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case. Bonny Turner, 41, waived her legal right to anonymity to highlight how she believes rape has been decriminalised by prosecutors

He left Britain after the incident, but in a written exchange on the Facebook Messenger app she says he ‘confessed’ to raping her.

However, even though he admitted in writing to having ‘made a huge mistake’, the CPS refused to bring charges.

Miss Turner, a counselling trainer, told The Independent newspaper that the refusal of the CPS to act meant rape victims’ chances of winning justice were bleak.

She added: ‘He confessed what he had done. In my view rape has become decriminalised.

‘If a confession isn’t enough to even get to court, there’s no hope for anyone else.

‘I was naive to believe that a voluntarily written admission of rape amounts to prosecutable evidence in the eyes of the UK’s so-called justice system.’

In the exchange on Messenger, Miss Turner told the man she was ‘fast asleep’ when he allegedly forced herself on her.

Miss Turner was allegedly attacked by a man she knew in a London hotel in 2016. In a written exchange on the Facebook Messenger app she says he ‘confessed’ to raping her. Above: Miss Turner wrote on Twitter: 'This is about one of my many #MeToo experiences and my struggle to get justice in the broken UK justice system. DO NOT KEEP THIS SECRET'

She says the man replied: ‘I know. I made a huge mistake and have been thinking about how wrong I was since then. Please forgive me.’

He then claimed he ‘noticed too late’ that she was asleep and is said to have replied: ‘That is why I stopped, but I should not have even tried from the beginning. I am so deeply sorry.’

Following this exchange, Miss Turner reported the incident to the police.

She said she was questioned a few days later for five hours at a London police station, and was asked for her mobile phone as well as access to personal information on her phone and her social media accounts.

Miss Turner said she was not told what was taken from her mobile, but later found that police had demanded information from a former employer about a grievance process.

She believes the fact that a complaint she made about workplace bullying was not upheld could have been used to discredit her.

Miss Turner’s case comes after widespread concern this month over plans to require rape and domestic violence victims to give their phones to police or face their cases being dropped.

The man was not interviewed until more than a year after the incident, when British police arranged to have him questioned in his own country.

But nearly two years after her report, she was told no further action would be taken.

When Miss Turner used the CPS Victim’s Right to Review, prosecutors refused to reopen her case.

-Dailymail

How the police used technology to smoke out a wife beater

A man who has been on the run for the past one month after assaulting his wife was arrested at Sultan Hamud Saturday by police in Mukaa Sub-county.

James Mwendo Mawewu is being detained at the Sultan Hamud police station and will be arraigned in court Monday.

“The man was tracked by police using modern technology that smoked him out of his hideout,” said the county commissioner Maalim Mohammed, while speaking to KNA on phone Sunday.

Consequently, Mohammed has issued stern warning against would be culprits found engaging in Gender Based Violence (GBV), rape and defilement cases that they will face the full force of law.

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He also urged couples to dialogue in a bid to resolve domestic quarrels, adding that the government will fight hard to end such societal vices that were rampant in the area.

“Defilement, rape cases and the business of beating women in modern times must come to an end. God has given us brains to reason and resolve our differences amicably without fighting,” said Mohammed.

He reminded Kenyans that the constitution protects everyone including women and those found doing the contrary will be prosecuted.

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Kisii stepmother inserts hot knife in the private part of girl, 9

A woman has been arrested today for inserting a hot knife in the private part of a nine-year-old step daughter for taking her Sh20 to buy a snack.

Winnie Kwamboka woman hailing from Masongo, Kisii county was saved from a mob that attacked her by the police. She is recovering in a local hospital.

The woman, who is pregnant, thrust the kitchen knife in the orphan minor’s private parts on Sunday night as punishment.

The minor’s parents died in 2013 and Kwamboka, her stepmother, has been taking take of her in their rented apartment after separation from the father.

It is said the stepmother has been mistreating the minor, subjecting her to frequent assaults.

The Sunday night incident saw the minor sustain serious burns, irking an irate mob which descended on her, inflicting  serious injury on the pregnant step mother.

Police rushed to the scene and rescued her, taking both her and the girl to the Kisii Level Six Hospital where they are being treated. The two are in  stable condition.

The police booked the report report through OB number OB28/17/02/2017. It report seen by Radio Jambo detail that the young girl sustained burns on her thighs, buttocks and in her private parts.

Police is set to arraign the stepmother to court today.

The incident paints a picture of what orphans living under the care of their step parents and relative go through. According to the law, the act qualifies as a sexual offense

The law defines sexual offender as any person who unlawfully penetrates the genital organs of another person within (i) any part of the body of another or that person;

Or (ii) an object manipulated by another or that person except where such penetration is carried out for proper and professional hygienic or medical purposes is guilty of an offense termed sexual assault.

The person guilty is liable for imprisonment for a term of not less than 10 years but which may be enhanced to imprisonment for life.

 

Police looking for a matatu crew that attacked and injured an officer

Police are looking for a matatu crew that attacked and injured a police officer in a scuffle along Mbagathi Road, Nairobi. The crew escaped and abandoned the matatu at the Highridge bus stop after the incident. Police say a hunt on the men is ongoing.

It is not clear what prompted the incident but officers are investigating. The injured officer was treated and discharged from a local hospital.

Meanwhile, police are looking for the mother of a foetus that was found dumped at a garbage collection site in Komarocks area, Nairobi. The foetus was discovered by locals who were dumping garbage at the site.

Police say they are investigating the incident. Such cases are common in urban areas despite campaigns to discourage them.

Public service vehicles boycott as police enforce Michuki rules

Several public service vehicles have boycotted roads this morning as police start enforcement of the Michuki rules.

Few that are in operation have increased fares.

A number of commuters are trekking to their places of work. Private cars are also carrying passengers at a cost.

Bodaboda operators are making a kill ferrying passengers to various places. Authorities announced strict enforcement of the law in efforts to bring sanity to the roads.

Matatu operators have vowed to stay off roads in reaction to the move by police and ministry of transport officials.

Meanwhile, examination authorities are today set to announce new measures to combat malpractices in the KCSE exams which enters second week.

Education CS Amina Mohamed to open exam container in Naivasha Town before visiting selected centres and later conduct impromptu school visits while Basic Education PS Belio Kipsang will open container for distribution of papers in Kisauni, Mombasa and visit selected exam centres.

Teachers service commission boss Nancy Macharia will be in Nairobi’s Kariokor and conduct random Centre checks while KNEC chairman George Magoha will be in Kisii town and KICD boss Julius Jwan will be in Homabay town.

There have been reports of malpractices at some areas in the past week with authorities making efforts to contain the menace.

-Cyrus Ombati

Al Shabaab Facilitator Francis Macharia Karishu Surrenders To Police

on Sunday evening in Kayole after he surrendered.

Police had offered a Sh1 million cash reward for anyone who will offer information leading to the arrest of Karishu.

He was moved to the Anti-Terrorism Police Unit for further interrogation. It is not clear who he was with when he surrendered.

Police claim Karishu has been aiding terror suspects crossing into the country, mostly from Somalia, by printing fake identity cards for them.

Spokesman, Charles Owino said the suspect, who operates a business at a building located along Nairobi’s Luthuli Avenue from where his accomplices were arrested, is also said to be engaged in printing of fake title deeds, birth certificates, and academic papers.

-Cyrus Ombati

Police Investigating Death Of A Woman Whose Body Was Found In A Hotel Room

Police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found in a hotel room in Pangani area, Nairobi.

The woman had complained of abdominal pain to the hotel management before she was offered water and medicine and later went to sleep.

Her body was later found in the room and it is not clear what caused the death. Police say they are investigating the incident.

The incident comes a day after another man was found dead in an apartment in Kilimani area. The relatives of the man are yet to come forward to report his status.

-Cyrus Ombati

Police Pursuing Gang That Brutally Attacked Three People In Likoni, Mombasa

Police are pursuing a notorious criminal gang that brutally attacked and seriously injured three people in Likoni Mombasa on Saturday night. The group identified as Watalia allegedly slashed residents with machetes.
Police said the gang was  avenging the lynching of their key leader who was killed by public after a foiled robbery last week. ” The knife welding youth attacked residents within Soweto.
Three people sustained serious body injuries. “said a senior police officer. The injured were transferred to Coast general hospital for treatment. A police report says the juvenile gang operates in Soweto and Mtongwe with most of the members aged between 12years to 16 years.
Most of them are hooked into drugs and engage in crime to sustain their lifestyle.
-Calvin Onsarigo