FRENEMIES: Jaguar Atoa ‘Godoro’ kwa Babu Owino Gerezani .


Mbunge wa Starehe  Charles Njagua al maarufu Jaguar amempiga vijembe mwenzake wa  Embakasi mashariki Babu Owino  ambaye azmeuiliwa katika gereza la Viwandani . Jaguar alipokuwa akitoa magodoro kwa wafungwa wa gereza hilo amesema  Magodoro hayo pia yatamnufaisha mwenzake Babu ,ambaye yuko katika  gereza hilo hadi jumatatu wiki ijayo.

HELL:Wakili wa Miguna Miguna asema mteja wake anapitia mateso Ulaya

” Leo nimetoa  magodoro 2000 kwa wfaungwa wa  gereza la  Industrial Area .Naamini wafungwa  wanastahili kuwa katika mazingira mazuri wakingoja uamuzi wa kesi zao.Mwenzangu Babu Owino pia ni miongoni mwa watakaonufaoika na magodoro haya ya ubora wa juu’ aliandika katika ukurasa wake wa facebook.

Kenya Ina Mambo! Video ya Jamaa mmoja akipiga punyeto hadharani yawashangaza wanamitandao

Babu ,siku ya jumatu alishtakiwa kwa jaribio la mauaji ya DJ mmoja  Felix Odhambo kwa jina maarufu DJ Evolve katika eneo la burudani la B cLub . Picha ya CCTV katika eneo hilo la burudani inamwonyesha Babu akiitoa bastola yake na kasha kumfyatulia DJ Evolve . Babu amekanusha mashtaka dhidi yake  na amewataka wakenya kungoja kusikia kisa chake kuhusu kilichotokea siku hiyo .” Nawahimiza wakenya kuwa watulivu na kungoja kusikiza upande wangu wa kisa hicho  nikapotoka katika makao yangu ya sasa ya gereza la viwandani’ aliandika katika twitter .

Man sentenced to five years in jail for impersonating an EACC officer

A man was yesterday sentenced to five years imprisonment after he was found guilty of impersonating an officer of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC).

Anti-Corruption Court Chief Magistrate Lawrence Mugambi sentenced Duncan Bunduki Bundi on four counts of impersonating an investigator and extortion by threats.

The accused was arrested on November 26, 2010 for posing as the Head of Investigations at the EACC and soliciting money from members of the public by threatening to charge them with corruption offences. The accused was sentenced without the option of fine.

He was jailed for 12 months each on two counts of impersonating an investigator contrary to the law, and 18 months each for two counts of extortion by threats.

Meanwhile, police will today launch the first ever three day National Police Service week to showcase their activities in offering public safety and security to Kenyans and achievements of reforms.

President Kenyatta is expected to attend the event at the Kenya Railways Club in Nairobi during which a number of reforms will be announced.

A number of changes are in the offing this month. They include command structure in which a number of ranks will be collapsed and commanders occupying them recalled to headquarters.

Some 24,000 Administration Police officers are set to merge with the regular ones and wear a new blue working uniform. The uniform will be showcased at the event.

-Cyrus Ombati

Nelson Mandela’s Love Letter to Winnie While he was in Prison will warm your heart

An African icon and South Africa’s first president, Nelson Mandela’s name will forever be hailed thanks to the role he played in liberating the nation from apartheid.

His efforts and relentless fighting spirit is world renown but how many people really know how romantic Madiba was?

Well in an old letter seen by, we can exclusively confirm that Mandela was one romantic guy even when he was confined in prison for 27 years.

In the letter, Mandela out pours his heart to his then wife, Winnie Mandela, who recently passed on after a long illness, and as a man I must admit it will take a few love lessons to even come closer to his prowess when it comes to expressing love and affection in writing.

Read the letter below.
winnie mandela

10 Years In Jail For Two Men Who Forced Woman To Drink Own Urine

Two men were each sentenced to 10 years in prison for undressing and forcing an elderly woman to drink her own urine.

Josephat Chesire and Kipkorir Kiptui were charged with assaulting Sote Selena at her home in Tenges, Baringo Central sub county on June 27, 2015.

The matter was first heard in January 2016.

During sentencing on Thursday, Kabarnet senior magistrate Samson Temu termed their act heinous “as a result of a retrogressive behaviour in the society”.

“The law is very clear and we can no longer allow such barbaric behavior of beating women to continue in our society,” he added.

“Beating her attracts a sentence of three years, undressing and forcing her to drink her urine makes it 10 years (total),” Temu said.

He said the sentences will run concurrently and will serve as a lesson.

-The Star

19 Year Old Man Sentenced To 8 Years In Prison For Kidnapping A Three Year Old Boy

A Maralal court has sentenced a 19 year old man to eight years in prison for kidnapping a three year old boy.

Appearing before Resident Magistrate Abraham Gachie, the accused, Ben Dickson Lemalele, pleaded guilty to kidnapping the three year old boy on 23rdAugust 2016 at Changaa Estate in Maralal town, Samburu County.

He also pleaded guilty to a second count of registering an Mpesa account using a stolen identity card.

The prosecution told the court that on the material day, the boy’s mother, Ms. Joy Lekimain, left for work leaving her son at the care of the house help.

At around 1pm, she received a call from the accused, who is her cousin,  informing her that the child was missing.

She rushed home, seached for the child to no avail after which she reported the matter at the Maralal police station.

After a short while, she received a call from an unknown person using a Safaricom number informing her that her child was safe and then the caller switched off the phone.

The court further heard that on 25th August, Ms. Lekimain received a message from the same number demanding her to send Ksh 4,000 for the child’s upkeep.

She sent Ksh 2,500 with the transaction recipient being Daniel Gakure Mungai.

The prosecutor further said that on 26th August, Ms. Lekimain received another message demanding her to send a further Ksh 170,000 before 29th August after which the child would be released to her.

“The caller warned that if the demand is not met they should not blame him for what would happen to the child.” the prosecutor said.

He said that the police traced the mobile number to Ichunga Village in Nanyuki, Laikipia County, where they arrested the accused in a rented room together with the child.

After searching the room, the police found one mobile phone with the sim card which was being used to contact the boy’s mother and two identity cards one – belonging to Daniel Gakure Mungai and the other to Rose Lesimalele which were produced in court as evidence.

In mitigation, the accused said that the kidnapping was a practical joke which went bad. He also apologized to the family and said he was about to sit his KCSE since he is index 001 at Samburu Mixed Secondary School.

While passing his ruling, the magistrate said the offence is a danger to national security and sentenced him to seven years for kidnapping and one year for registering an Mpesa account using a stolen identity card.

BUSIA: Polisi Wasaka Mfungwa Aliyetoroka Gerezani

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Maafisa wa usalama katika kaunti ya Busia wameanzisha msako dhidi ya mfungwa mmoja aliyetoroka kutoka kwa gereza la Korinda.

Mfungwa huyo anadaiwa kutoroka kutoka gereza hilo katika hali ya kutatanisha sana.

Akithibitisha kutoweka kwa mfungwa huyo, kamishna wa kaunti ya Busia, Bw. Mongo Chimwaga, amesema kuwa mshukiwa anadaiwa kutoroka walipokuwa wakifanya kazi katika shamba la gereza hilo.

Akizungumza na waandishi wa habari mjini Busia, Mongo alidokeza kuwa msako huo unahusisha vitengo vyote vya usalama katika kaunti hiyo ili kunasa mshukiwa huyo ambaye alikuwa anahudumu kifungo cha miaka miwili.

Vile vile, amewarai wananchi kusaidia polisi katika juhudi za kusaka mfungwa huyo kwa kupeana habari muhimu kumhusu.

NAIVASHA: Warden Arrested For Smuggling Bhang, Tobacco & Phones Into Prison

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A chief inspector at Naivasha G.K prison has been arrested for trafficking 2,000 rolls of bhang, tobacco snuff and 20 mobile phones into the institution.

The officer sneaked in the items by hiding them in tyres and in vehicles belonging to civilians, which he had brought in for repairs.

The officer in charge Patrick Mwenda, said the inspector has since been fired and is being held at the Naivasha Police Station.

Mwendwa termed the incident as a rare occurrence adding that they had reinforced security in and around the prison to deter such incidents.

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COSTA RICA: Authorities Catch Pigeon Flying Drugs To Prison

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A pigeon smuggling cocaine and cannabis into a prison in Costa Rica has been caught by guards.

The bird was seen landing in the central concourse of the medium security La Reforma jail, in San Rafael de Alajuela, where it was taken into custody.

The drugs were contained in a small zipped up pouch strapped to the animals chest.

About 14g of cocaine and at least the same amount of cannabis were inside wrapped in plastic.

Costa Rica’s Ministry of Justice and Peace released the animal’s mugshot under the headline caption “narcopaloma”, meaning “drugs dove”, and listing the date of the animals detention.

The drugs had a street value of around £180 (approximately KES 18 000).

Prison officials said they believe the drugs were destined for use by an inmate who may have trained the pigeon to act as a courier.


The pigeon was later taken to a zoo where it was expected to remain behind the bars of a cage.

– SOURCE: Sky News

NAIVASHA: Prisoner Slits Another’s Throat

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An inmate at the Naivasha Maximum Security Prison lost his life on Wednesday after he was attacked by two fellow inmates who suffocated him and slit his throat.

According to, the deceased was serving 10 years for indecent assault whereas the attackers were on life-imprisonment.

The motive of the murder has not been clearly established.

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