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DCC,local chiefs interdicted over killer Hodihodi illicit brew in Nakuru

The eight include Bahati North Deputy County Commissioner Geofrey Mayama,Assistant County Commissioner Kiamaina Mr.Isaac Ooko,area Sub county Police Commander Bernanard Wamugunda,Kiuguini  OCS Solomon Wamae, Nakuru North Sub county CIPU Robert Koima.

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Rift Valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya.PHOTO/Courtesy.

Riftvalley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya has announced the interdiction of 9 administrators following a killer illicit brew in Kabatini,Nakuru North that claimed 10 lives.

The nine include Bahati North Deputy County Commissioner Geofrey Mayama,Assistant County Commissioner Kiamaina Mr.Isaac Ooko,area Sub county Police Commander Bernanard Wamugunda,Kiuguini  OCS Solomon Wamae, Nakuru North Sub county CIPU Robert Koima.

Others are Kabatini Chief John Thuo,his Thayu counterpart Paul Gikungu, Assistant Chiefs John Mbugua(Kabatini),and Paul Gathathai(Thayu).

Addressing the media in Nakuru on Monday morning, Natembeya stated that the 9 administrators have 21 days to show cause why they should not be dismissed.

He added that new officers will be deployed in the area soon,but on acting capacity as the due procedure is followed.

“The 9 officers have 21 days to show cause why they should not be dismissed. As A government we do not tolerate officers who sleep on their job while Kenyans are suffering” said Natembeya.

Natembeya also used the moment to sound a stern warning to police officers in the area who have been receiving bribes to allow illicit brew businesses.

According to him, any officer who is found culpable will be dealt with, adding that there will be no transfers but full dismissal to avert such problems being transferred to other areas.

“We will not transfer problems from one area to another,we shall interdict” he said.

The RC who was accompanied by a top security team led by Regional Police Commander Fredrick Ochieng’ and Nakuru County Commissioner Erastus also put on notice County Security teams in Rift Valley Region.

While pointing out Nakuru,Bomet, Kericho,Nandi,Kajiado,Samburu,Trans Nzoia,Elgeyo Marakwet counties as the most notorious in illicit brew businesses, Natembeya tasked the officers to ensure no illicit brew in their areas of jurisdiction.

“No county commissioners will sit in office as people die of illicit brew.Those trading in illicit brew be warned” said.

The Regional Commissioner stated that already a Multi-agency team is in place to mount road blocks to avert methanol entry.

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Support us even in our struggles, blind musicians pleads with Kenyans

The move follows concerns that a number of these talented groups had been side-lined with others being misused by their managers taking advantage of their situation to rake in cash.

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A sign indicating PWDs.PHOTO/Courtesy.

The national and county governments have been challenged to allocate more funds to nature talents among persons living with disabilities within the country.

The move follows concerns that a number of these talented groups had been side-lined with others being misused by their managers taking advantage of their situation to rake in cash.

Lucy Gitama said there was little attention on disabled musicians adding that there was a need to allocate more budget for the same.

She said a clear budgetary allocation for this special group would go a long way in boosting their income to reduce dependency on people.

Speaking in Bahati on Sunday during a launch of an album by a blind singer Jane Wambui, – Gitama called on the formulation of more policies to nature such talents adding that talents were wasting in villages.

“There have been concerns that some disabled are not getting their dues.I think it is high time the government  collects data  and disburse the funds to help boost the disabled” she said.

On her part, Jane Wambui called on the government to focus more on embracing the growing talents of persons living with disabilities as ways to ensure they become self-reliant.

Wambui said she is dependent on her music for daily living adding that she has to sell her records manually to earn her income revealing that at times it is a challenge.

“I have been depending on my music for daily bread.The government should look on how it can help us nurture our talents” said Wambui.

At the same time, Benson Gitanga said Wambui’s songs have become a hit in Bahati adding that she has given hope to many in the area.

Area MCA John Njuguna called on other person’s living with disabilities to focus on their talents saying it was the way to go.

“As a county government, we shall do all we can to help PWDs” said MCA Njuguna.

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Ngunjiri slams CS Tobiko for linking him with Joannah Stuchbury murder

Environmental Cabinet Secretary, Keriako Tobiko, told the Senate Security Committee on Tuesday, October 26, that Stuchbury was murdered over her relentless efforts to conserve the environment.CS Tobiko in his submission made a reference to a case before the Kiambu Court that linked a company in which the vocal MP is the director. 

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Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri(in yellow shirt) has a word with a youngperson when he hosted youth at his Maili Kumi home in Bahati.PHOTO/OKN Communication Team.

Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri has told off Environment Cabinet Secretary for linking him as as a person of interest in the murder case of environmentalist Joannah Stuchbury.

Speaking at his Maili Kumi home on Sunday when he hosted youth from all the wards in Bahati, Ngunjiri said the sentiments by Tobiko were baseless.

He said already his legal team is preparing to face Tobiko in court for tainting his name.

“I am not in that league of Tobiko. Let him know that I have a family and also people that I represent. MY lawyers will handle the matter in court” said Ngunjiri.

Detectives are now treating Ngunjiri as a person of interest in the matter.

Environmental Cabinet Secretary, Keriako Tobiko, told the Senate Security Committee on Tuesday, October 26, that Stuchbury was murdered over her relentless efforts to conserve the environment.

CS Tobiko in his submission made a reference to a case before the Kiambu Court that linked a company in which the vocal MP is the director.

In the case, the CS stated that the environmentalist managed to stop the MP from creating an access road through the forest to his personal land. He noted that the MP needs to be probed regarding the matter.

The vocal Nakuru MP and a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto also called on youth to shun divisive politics but rally behind leaders who mean good for the country.

He also used the moment to rubbish claims that he was eyeing a top seat.

According to Ngunjiri, his development record in Bahati is very clear and will be his campaign strategy towards recapturing the seat.

Ngunjiri told off his competitors terming them ‘newcomers’ in politics.

“There are those people going around with propaganda that I will be contesting either as senator or governor. Those are lies which have no room. My record is clear and I will be defending my seat as MP because there is more that needs to be done for my people” said Ngunjiri”.

Details continue to emerge between Bahati Member of Parliament, Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri, and the murdered prominent environmentalist, Joannah Stuchbury.

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Ngunjiri calls for more effort towards youth empowerement

Speaking at his home on Sunday where he hosted youth from all the wards in Bahati, Ngunjiri said the economy of the country can only grow if the youth and common citizens are empowered.

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Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri joins youth in a dance.The MP hosted several youth at his home in Nakuru on Sunday.PHOTO/Courtesy.

Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri has called for more effort towards youth empowerement.

He says this is the only way to ensure economic growth in the country.

Speaking at his home on Sunday where he hosted youth from all the wards in Bahati, Ngunjiri said the economy of the country can only grow if the youth and common citizens are empowered.

Under the Bahati NG-CDF kitty, over 500 youth have received training in various short courses.

This, the Legislator noted that has seen many of them start up businesses.

“Youth in Bahati have received over Ksh.20 million and the revolving fund has seen many of them start businesses.This is the true empowerement that liberates people from poverty” said Ngunjiri.

The vocal Nakuru MP defended his development record stating that it’s due to his urge to see a transformed society.

It is for this reason that he directed NG-CDF to give priority to all young people who want to  continue with training.

“I have instructed the NG-CDF office to put more emphasis on continuing students both current and former who want to continue with their studies” he stated.

Bahati constituency is among the top best constituencies as far as NG-CDF kitty utilization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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