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WEEK 2 JULY, 2019 ISSUE

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SECURITY SUMMARY SUMMARY OF INCIDENTS BY TYPE. CRIME RATES MURDER CASES ROBBERY CARJACKING TERRORISM RIOTS ETC

SUMMARY Murder incidents comprised 32% of the crime reported out of Nairobi. 52% of the unrest reported, happened in Public areas. Robbery incidents comprised 30% of the crime reported. Assault incidents comprised 20% Nairobi happened in Residential areas.

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Figure 1: Crime trend analysis

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Figure 2: Crime trend analysis

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Security Incidents 

A crew of a Kileleton Sacco Matatu plying the Kileleshwa-Lavington route are now on police wanted list. Police say the rogue crew are suspected to be behind the death of 28-year-old Florence Wanjiru, believed to have been thrown out of a moving bus. Police mounted a manhunt arresting the driver of the bus but the conductor who is seen ushering Wanjiru to board the bus has since gone into hiding.

Another round of Huduma Namba mass registration will be done over 2 weeks for the people who missed out on the extended period, Government Spokesman Cyrus Oguna has said.

He said that after the mass registration ended on May 25, millions of people were left out even after a one-week extension announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta. The dates are yet to be announced.

Mpesa armed robbery caught on cctv. Reward for identity of suspects offered by Sonko

Jacque Maribe Allegedly Resigns From Citizen TV, Cites Personal Reasons https:// www.kahawatungu.com/2019/07/06/jacque-maribe-resigns-citizen-tv/

Kenyans face a maximum Sh 5,000 fine or a jail term of up to 2 years or both if found loitering within Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) premises without permission from the Commissioner-General, James Mburu. This follows the gazzettement by Interior Secretary Fred Matiang’i, of KRA headquarters and its offices countrywide as a protected area, keeping them out of bounds for persons not on official duty.

47-year-old woman hacked to death by unknown assailants in her shop at Kiharu, Murang'a, police say.

Detectives are testing samples of vomit collected inside the car of prominent city lawyer and businessman Karanja Kabage who died on Friday night through an accident at Karen, Nairobi.According to initial police reports, Kabage might have suffered a heart attack while driving on the Southern Bypass, Nairobi.

A British-born man who built seven health centers in western Kenya and has been living in abject poverty in Kakamega has died. Barry Leonard succumbed to cancer of the ear at his humble home in Malava, Kakamega North sub-county, at the age of 80.

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Celebrated stockbroker Aly-Khan Satchu has been barred from trading and holding any key office in a listed firm for three years. Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) Director General Zachary Mwangi announces that the 2019 Census will be the first census in Kenya to have a paperless process, says it will use mobile technology for Cartographic Mapping and Enumeration. Cases of motorists being drugged and being robbed off their cash and valuables by people they offer lifts in their cars is on the increase. Be cautious. The same applies to commuters on Buses playing the Nbi-Msa route. A number of senior police officers based at Muthaiga Police Station where State House digital director Dennis Itumbi was being held have been questioned for allegedly giving the suspect preferential treatment. This was after Muthaiga OCS Alphonce Kemengua was also interdicted over the same claims after selfies of Itumbi and his friends emerged online suggesting he was being given special treatment. Two robbery with violence suspects were on Monday arraigned in a Nairobi court and charged with escaping lawful custody. The court heard that Amos Wanyoike Wanjiru and James Kamau allegedly jumped out of a prison lorry while being driven to Nairobi Area Remand and Allocation Prison in Industrial Area on Friday. They were however later rearrested. Several passengers injured after a Lucky BD Travellers Matatu rolls near Ngara bridge

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Police have arrested one suspect and recovered a G3 magazine with 20 rounds of ammunition, military boots, full KWS jungle uniform, a magazine pouch, assorted KPS Kit, several blank rounds and special ammunition from a house at Obama area in Kayole – Nairobi.  Beer price up Sh10 on inflation adjustments. Locally brewed beer prices have been adjusted upward by Sh10 with a half litre of Tusker Lager going for Sh160, Tusker Cider Sh170, Guinness Stout Sh180, White Cap Lager Sh170, and Balozi Lager Sh150. A 330ml Smirnoff Ice Black Gaurana is selling at Sh160 and a 300ml Smirnoff Ice Black goes for Sh140.  Members of Parliament now want officers from the National Intelligence Service (NIS) deployed to secondary schools. The MPs, from the National Assembly Education Committee, stated that student activities should be closely monitored. The suggestion is said to be necessitated by the increased school unrest among other crimes committed by students. 

Residents of a town in Garissa County were left in fear after a KDF soldier accidentally shot himself in public. The soldier was at an Mpesa shop with colleagues when the incident took place. His colleagues said that he had forgotten to lock the pin of his loaded gun and so it accidentally went off and shot him in the leg.

60-year-old man arrested for allegedly defiling a 9-year-old girl while travelling in a matatu on the Marua-Chaka road in Nyeri, police say.

HIGH COURT rules children born by a widow more than 9 months after death of husband not entitled to inherit share of his property.

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The DCI has launched a manhunt for John Henry Waswa. Waswa was one of the seven suspects arrested earlier in 2019 for allegedly impersonating President Uhuru Kenyatta and fraudulently obtaining Ksh10 million from Sameer Africa chairman Naushad Merali. DCI officers and central bank officials have already nabbed three people who conned two foreigners of Ksh15 million in the pretext of selling them coffee and other artifacts, which Waswa is reportedly involved in. Waswa is also being sought after investigations revealed that some of the payments were channeled through his account. According to police, the suspects, who are close associates of Waswa, obtained money from Kazakhstani nationals Damir Ryskulov and his brother.

Two administration police (AP) officers and a driver to Homa Bay deputy governor Hamilton Orata were arrested for allegedly killing a man at a bar. The officers; Lawi Mutali and Fredrick Makau and the driver whose name is yet to be revealed are said to have committed the offence in Ndhiwa Town in April this year. The AP officers are attached to the Deputy Governor’s residence in Ndhiwa constituency. It is alleged that the three suspects attacked the deceased; Abdinasir Abdulahi where they had gone to drink.

A Form 2 student at Nairobi School is facing urgent brain surgery after he was allegedly assaulted, a consultant radiologist’s report has revealed. The 15-year-old boy’s physical and mental condition have led to him being withdrawn from the school following an alleged beating by prefects at the institution.

Police are investigating the shooting dead of an officer by his colleagues in Kinango, Kwale County, while arresting a murder suspect. A second policeman escaped with an arrow lodged in his head and is being treated in Mombasa following Monday night's incident. The suspect was also killed during the operation. Police suspect that the officer was accidentally shot by his colleagues. He was pronounced dead at Mariakani Hospital in Kilifi where he was rushed after the incident

The 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth and Africa 10,000m champion Joyce Chepkirui and long distance runner John Jacob Kibet Kendagor are the latest Kanyans to be suspended for doping offences.

Kiangombe, robbery by boda boda guys caught on CCTV. Victim was shot on leg.

Five passengers died and 13 others were seriously injured in a road accident at Muumandu area on the Wote-Machakos road. Confirming the incident, Machakos County Director of Emergency Services David Mwongela said the accident involved a 14-seater matatu which veered off the road and rolled several times killing five people on the spot.

Cost of flour will rise to Sh150 in next one month, warns Kiunjuri Business Daily - https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/markets/commodities/Cost Unga-rise-Sh150-in-next-one-month/3815530-5191122-15m0mxwz/index.html

Fatal accident along MAGADI Road involving a school bus. One student dead and several others injured and rushed to Magadi Hospital. The bus rolled just on the stretch near GSU Training School – Magadi

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QOUTE OF THE WEEK

Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time.

We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.

Barack Obama

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TREND ANALYSIS Figure 1: Distribution of incidents by type of neighbourhood

Figure 2: Distribution of incidents by their type (Graph)

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