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SECURITY NEWS Week 1: 7th Nov, 2019

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Four people injured after a gas explosion at a fast food restaurant identified as Classio Hotel at Kamukunji next to Country Bus stage in Nairobi's CBD.

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A school principal attached to Jeremiah Gitau secondary school in maimahiu has lost her life in a greasy road accident that occurred 5

“There is no passion to

am today at jikaze and shopping center along maimahiu Naivasha

be found playing small –

road appx. 10km from maimahiu town. 2 others aboard the ill-fated

in settling for a life that is

vehicle are receiving treatment at kijabe mission hospital for various

less than the one you are

degrees of injuries The trio were traveling to Naivasha to collect kcse

capable of living…….”

exams for the school when the accident occurred. The driver of the - Nelson Mandela

trailer has been put to blame for failure to caution other road users. The body of the deceased has since been moved to Naivasha sub county hospital mortuary. 

CJ Maraga says Court of Appeal has halted sittings in Nakuru, Eldoret and Mombasa due to budget constraints

Court orders arrest of diplomat Ruth Kitony after she failed to turn up to plead to charges of conspiracy to embezzle Sh48m from Kasarani CDF. In This Issue  Gas explosion at classio

Hotel at Kamukunji  Arrest of diplomat after

plead fail turn up  Eleven suspects arrested

for KCSE exam malpractice. 

Mumias Sugar Company fires all its employees

 Mother and son arrested in

a neighbor murder connection WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION( Aga Khan Parking) Nairobi Kenya

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Police in Kitui are holding a

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City Hall detectives arrest Impostor, Geoffrey Mandela Kagere, who has been conning innocent members of public by using pseudo Mike Sonko Facebook, Twitter and App. The suspect was arrested at a Hotel in Nairobi where he had gone to collect Ksh.80,000 from one of his victims.

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations is holding a middle-aged mechanic who stormed Huruma Police Station in Nairobi demanding immediate arrest after killing his wife. Bernard Odiwuor Oyolo is detained at the station where he rushed to after strangling his wife Lelila Anyango Okoth to death and demanded to be placed in custody.

An Italian company has set up a plant in Kenya targeting to produce bottle caps for alcohol and beverage manufacturers across East Africa.

Eleven suspects arrested at Kiogoro in Nyaribari Chache, Kisii County for alleged KCSE exam malpractice, police say probe ongoing

Court frees wanted terror suspect on bond. Aboud Khalid was released on a Sh5 million bond and two Kenyan sureties despite objection by the police who described him as flight risk and dangerous. The suspect was on the list of most wanted terror suspects.

The United Kingdom has issued a travel warning to its citizens over the use of planes that operate at Wilson Airport in Nairobi following several mishaps.

Mumias Sugar Company fires all its employees, days after going into receivership under KCB Bank; new staff to be hired on temporary basis.

Kenyans will now borrow loans from banks at interest rates defined by the financial institutions. This was after MPs failed to raise numbers required to overturn President Uhuru Kenyatta's reservations of their earlier attempt to retain the limits on interest rates at 14 per cent. At least 233 MPs were required to vote to defeat the reservations, a number that has proven difficult for Parliament to raise. Only 161 members were present. This means that commercial banks will now be at liberty to charge the rates as they please following the repeal of Section 33 (b) which set the caps.

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pharmacologist who was arrested with assorted medical supplies suspected to have been stolen from a hospital in Mandera county. Michael Nkunja Kamoyo is a pharmaceutical technician at the Kotilo Health Centre in the county. He was arrested by police officers at Kanyoonyoo Police Post in Kitui West during a security check. Kamoyo was travelling in a PSV bus headed to Nairobi with the hospital drugs and equipment. He was arrested at a roadblock along the Garissa-Thika Highway near Kanyonyo market. When multiagency detectives conducted a search on him they recovered 33 items including various drugs and hospital equipment.

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INTERNATIONAL TRENDS Thirty-seven civilians were killed and more than 60 wounded when gunmen ambushed a convoy transporting workers of Canadian gold miner Semafo in eastern Burkina Faso, regional authorities said on Wednesday. The attack is the deadliest in recent years as the military struggles to contain violence that has overrun parts of Burkina Faso, located in West Africa. Semafo tightened security last year following armed incidents near two of its mines in the country. Semafo said in a statement earlier that the attack on a convoy of five buses with military escort took place on the road to its Boungou mine in the eastern region of Est, about 40km (25 miles) from Boungou, and that there were several fatalities and injuries. The Est governor's office later gave more details, saying "unidentified armed men laid an ambush for a convoy transporting Semafo workers", giving a provisional civilian death toll of 37 with over 60 wounded.

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Police in Siaya County have arrested a 36-year-old woman and her son in

connection with the death of their neighbour. They were arrested over claims that they hacked their neighbour to death in Siwar ‘A’ village in Ugenya SubCounty. Rose Adhiambo and her 18-year-old-son identified as William Okoth were arrested after they allegedly killed a 37-year-old man identified as Mr John Otieno.   

Unconfirmed reports indicate that unknown number of hooligans riding on motorbikes have attacked a house belonging to a politician along Joseph Kangethe Rd in the General Area of Woodley. The suspects immediatelly fled the scene after the incident. About 100kgs of Cocaine worth over Kshs. 598 Million to be destroyed today at DCI Hqs Forensic Lab Incinerator, in a court procedure to be overseen by Milimani High Court Judge Hon. Kimaru and other Snr Govt officials including CS Interior and DPP Mr. Ledivin Mupanga, a Congolese national was yesterday arrested at JKIA by Detectives working jointly with Immigration officers. The 41-year-old suspect was nabbed on arrival from Ethiopia following a Stop Order that had been placed by Serious Crime Detectives. The suspect is accused of obtaining 97,500$ in March this year from a complainant with the false promise that he could purchase Gold for him & thereafter disappeared. Ten people among them two police officers have been killed in fresh bandit attacks in Jaldesa, Marsabit County. The attacks are said to have happened on Tuesday night when bandits ambushed a vehicle leaving three people dead. The other seven are said to have been killed in a retaliatory attack, among them two police officers who were on patrol. Police are searching for four men who allegedly gang raped a 13-year-old girl in Kisumu East sub county. The four men include a Form Four candidate at a secondary school in Ofunyu area. The suspects are said to have waylaid the girl who had gone to the shops. According to the mother, the suspects forcefully put her daughter on a motorbike and took her to a nearby house. They allegedly repeatedly defiled her before escaping using the same motorbike. The girl was later chased away from the house by the owner who police say has been positively identified.

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Police Arrest 26 people among them private candidates at St Teresa’s Boys in Eastleigh over KCSE exam malpractices; seize 35 mobile phones

Three men who were arrested in connection with the murder of an Embu couple, but released for lack of evidence have sought police protection. This was after one suspect was lynched by an irate mob protesting their release last Thursday.

A Police Constable who is also a former bodyguard to Migori Governor Okoth Obado has been sentenced to a two-year jail term or pay a fine of Sh500,000 after authorities established he impersonated and used academic certificates of a Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) officer. Mr. John Chacha Nyamohanga alias Moses Marandwi was found guilty by Milimani Anti-Corruption Court Magistrate, Hon. Douglas Ogoti of persona-

tion on 6th November, 2019. He personated John Chacha Nyamohanga

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A mother and her daughter in Migori County are fearing for their lives and have been forced to seek refuge at a good Samaritan’s home following threats from a family member who allegedly defiled the girl. The 9year-old girl, who is in Class Two, is said to have been defiled repeatedly by her uncle six times, although she had not told her mother out of fear. However, it is the seventh act which happened three days ago, leaving her with serious injuries that exposed the shocking ordeal that the girl had been going through. The suspect is said to have threatened to kill the family if the matter was is reported to the police. The mother, however, took her daughter to Migori Level Four Hospital and reported the matter at Central Police Station.

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SECURITY BRIEFS FOR WEEK (1) MONTH OF NOV, 2019  

Comprises of information on incidents from beginning of that current week, showing trends of security awareness on terrorism, theft, murder,...

SECURITY BRIEFS FOR WEEK (1) MONTH OF NOV, 2019  

Comprises of information on incidents from beginning of that current week, showing trends of security awareness on terrorism, theft, murder,...