Court Use Your Teeth and Bite – Cliff Ombetta on Miguna’s Deportation

Finally the National Resistance Movement General, Miguna Miguna is safe, at the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. He was late last night deported by the Jubilee administration following five days of incarceration, despite the high court issuing several orders for his release.

Miguna at Amsterdam

 

Miguna was yesterday arraigned in a Kajiado Court to face treason charges but refused to take plea arguing he was supposed to appear in the Mlimani high court in Nairobi. The high court yesterday suspended all criminal cases in the republic against the NASA leader until he is arraigned in court today by 11 a.m. The government instead chose to deport him to Canada, a country his other country of citizenship.

“My Lord, use your teeth and bite very hard, the law must be followed to the latter,” Miguna’s lawyer Cliff Marube Ombeta said following the deportation incident. The case is currently underway in the Kilimani court and Justice Kimaru has ordered that;

  1. The  Court orders must be obeyed & complied with
  2. The 2nd and 3rd respondents to swear affidavits on how Miguna was released to immigration
  3. The Director of immigration to file affidavit by Friday indicating how he came into possession of Miguna
  4. The IG Boinet and DCI head Kinoti to swear affidavits on why they should not be punished for contempt
  5. Boinet and Kinoti to personally appear in court on 15th of February.

We will keep you posted!

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Are you qualified to Join KDF 2018?

 

The Kenya Defence Forces has announced to the general public the

recruitment of Servicemen/ women, Constables & Tradesmen/women which is scheduled to take place from 12 February to 13 March 2018 at various centers countrywide.

Prospective candidates wishing to join Kenya Defence Forces must satisfy the conditions and requirements given below.

Qualifications

(1) Must be Kenyan citizens.
(2) Age: Between 18 and 26 years old.
(3) Be physically and mentally fit in accordance with the KDF standards.
(4) Have no criminal record.
(5) Minimum Height:
(a) Men 1.60m (5ft 3in).
(b) Women 1.52m (5ft)
(6) Minimum weight:
(a) Men: 54.55 Kg (120 lb).
(b) Women: 50.00 Kg (110 lb).

  1. Female candidates must Not be pregnant at recruitment and during training.
  2. Education: A minimum of mean grade D (plain) in KCSE for the general recruits.

Constables

(1) Be a Kenyan citizen and should not have dual citizenship
(2) Be in Possession of valid Kenyan National Identity card.
(3) Be between the ages of 30 and 55 years.
(4) Be ex-Kenya Defence Forces Service Member.
(5) Possess a Discharge Certificate of minimum “Very Good” in conduct.
(6) Must have served at least 3 or 9 years colour service.
(7) Be physically and medically fit in accordance with the KDF standards.
(8) Have no criminal record.
(9) Female candidates must NOT be pregnant at recruitment and during training.

Tradesmen / Women

  1. Prospective candidates wishing to apply must satisfy the conditions and requirements given below.

(1) Must be Kenyan citizens.
(2) Age: Between 18 and 26 years old.
(3) Be physically and mentally fit in accordance with the KDF standards.
(4) Have no criminal record.
(5) Minimum Height:
(a) Men 1.60m (5ft 3in).
(b) Women 1.52m (5ft)
(6) Minimum weight:
(c) Men: 54.55 Kg (120 lb).
(d) Women: 50.00 Kg (110 lb).
(7) Female candidates must Not be pregnant at recruitment and during training.

(1) Education – Qualifications & Requirements:

(a) Technicians:
A minimum of mean grade C (plain) in KCSE, a relevant Diploma or above from a recognized Institution and be a registered with the relevant statutory bodies, where applicable,

(b) Catechist:
Must have a minimum of C – (minus) in KCSE, a Diploma in Catechetical studies from a recognized catechetical college/ institute and should not be beyond 35 years of age.

(c) Artisans:
A minimum of mean grade D + (plus) in KCSE and either a relevant certificate with Government Trade Test Grade II or Craft II from a recognized Institution.

  1. Vacancies:
  2. General Recruits
    b. Constabularies
    b. Tradesmen/women:
    (1) Mechanical Engineering (Plant/ Production or Metallurgy Option)
    (2) Mechanical Engineering (Fabrication Technology)
    (3) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
    (4) Industry (Plant Option)
    (5) Quantity Survey Technician
    (6) Survey (Cartographer)
    (7) Structural Fabrication and Material Engineering
    (8) Electronics and Computer Engineering
    (9) Telecommunications Engineering
    (10) Mechatronics Engineering
    (11) Building Construction Technology
    (12) Instrument and Control Engineering (Measurement Tech)
    (13) Electrical and Electronics – Electronics or Telecoms Option
    (14 ) Electrical Engineering
    (15) Aeronautical Engineering
    (16) Automotive Engineering
    (17) Control and Automation
    (18) Architecture
    (19) Building Technology
    (20) Civil Engineering
    (21) Clerk of Works
    (22) Information Technology and Computer Studies
    (23) Finger Print Expert
    (24) Journalist
    (25) Community Health Nursing (Kenya Registered Community Health Nurses )
    (26) Clinical Medicine (Registered Clinical Officers)
    (27) Health Records and Information Technology
    (28) Medical Engineering
    (29) Community Health and HIV/ Aids care – HND
    (30) Orthopedic Plaster Technician
    (31) Psychiatric Nurse
    (32) Psychotherapist
    (33) Public Health Technician
    (34) Psychologist
    (35) Radiographer
    (36) Medical Laboratory Technologist
    (37) Dental Technologist
    (38) Librarian
    (39) Veterinary Technician
    (40) Pharmaceutical Technologist
    (41) Nutritionist
  3. Catechist/ Imaam

d . Artisans:
(1) Masonry and / or Brick Layout
(2) Fitter General
(3) Plant Operator
(4) Architect Assistant
(5) Metal Worker
(6) Electrical Assistant
(7) Painting and Sign Writing
(8) Plant Technician
(9) Archivist
(10) Tailor
(11) Photographer
(12) Music
(13) Construction or Carpentry and Joinery
(14) Plumbing
(15) Welding and Fabrication
(16) Vehicle Mechanics
(17) Vehicle Electrician
(18) Draughtsman
(19) Videographer
(20) Video Editor

Conditions for Servicemen/women

Clear photocopies of relevant academic certificates and national ID card of the prospective Tradesmen/ Women must accompany their applications and be addressed to the:

Assistant Chief of Defence Forces
(Personnel and Logistics)
Ministry of Defence
Defence Headquarters
Ulinzi House
P. O. Box 40668
Nairobi – 00100

So as to reach him on or before 16th February 2018.

Short listed Tradesmen/ Women will be notified between 12th and 16th March 2018.

2018 KDF recruitment Dates and Centres

Are you interested in serving in the Kenya Defense forces? There will be a recruitment exercise across the country as stipulated below, however, you must be sure that you qualify.

 

Recruitment Date …. County … District ….  Centre

Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Nyeri …. Nyeri Central …. Nyeri
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Laikipia …. Laikipia Central …. Ngobit
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Embu …. Embu North …. Manyatta
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Bomet …. Bomet East …. Longisa
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Nandi …. Nandi Central …. Kapsabet
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Samburu …. Samburu East …. Wamba
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Kericho …. Kericho East …. Kericho
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Migori …. Kuria East …. Kegonga
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Kisumu …. Kisumu West …. Ojolla
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Busia …. Busia …. Busia
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. West Pokot …. West Pokot …. Kapenguria
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Kwale …. Kwale …. Kwale
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Garissa …. Hulugho …. Hulugho
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Garissa …. Fafi …. Bura
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Kikuyu …. Kikuyu
Wednesday 17/05/2017 …. Taita/Taveta …. Mwatete …. Mwatete

Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Nyeri …. Tetu …. Wamagana
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Laikipia …. Laikipia East …. Nanyuki
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Embu …. Mbeere North …. Siakago
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Bomet …. …. Chepalungu …. …. Sigor
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Nandi …. Tinderet …. Maraba
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Nyandarua …. Nyandarua North …. Ndaragwa
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Kericho …. Belgut …. Sosiot
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Migori …. Kuria West …. Kehancha
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Kisumu …. Seme …. Kombewa
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Busia …. Nambale …. Nambale
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. West Pokot …. Pokot South …. Kibichbich
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Kwale …. Kinango …. Kinango
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Tana River …. Tana River …. Hola
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Garissa …. Balambala …. Balambala
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Kabete …. Wangige
Thursday 18/05/2017 …. Taita Taveta …. Voi …. Voi

Friday 19/05/2017 …. Nyeri …. Nyeri South …. Othaya
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Laikipia …. Laikipia North …. Doldol Mkt
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Embu …. Mbeere South …. Kiritiri
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Narok …. Narok South …. Ololulunga
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Nandi …. Nandi North …. Kabiyet
Friday 19/05/2017 ….Nyandarua .. Nyandarua West..Ol-JoroOrok
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Kericho …. Soin/Sigowet …. Chepkemel
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Migori …. Nyatike …. Nyatike
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Siaya …. Rarieda …. Rarieda Sec School
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Busia …. Butula …. Butula
Friday 19/05/2017 …. West Pokot …. Pokot North …. Alale
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Mombasa …. Likoni …. Likoni
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Tana River …. Tana North …. Bura
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Isiolo …. Garbatulla …. Garbatulla
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Githunguri …. Githunguri
Friday 19/05/2017 …. Makueni …. Kibwezi …. Kibwezi

Recruitment Date …. …. County …. District …. …. Recruitment Centre

Monday 22/05/2017 …. Nyeri …. Mathira East …. Karatina
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Meru …. Igembe South …. Maua
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Kitui …. Tseikuru …. Tseikuru
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Narok …. Narok West …. Lemek
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Nandi …. Chesumei …. Chemundu
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Nyandarua …. Nyandarua Central …. Ol Kalou
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Kericho …. Buret …. Litein
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Migori …. Suna West …. Bondo Nyironge
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Siaya …. Bondo …. Bondo
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Busia …. Teso Noerth …. Amagoro
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Trans Nzoia …. Trans Nzoia East …. Kachibora
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Kilifi …. Magarini …. Marafa
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Garissa …. Garissa …. Garissa
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Isiolo …. Merti …. Merti
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Kiambu East …. Kiambu
Monday 22/05/2017 …. Makueni …. Makindu …. Makindi

Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Nyeri …. Mathira West …. Kayiaba
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Meru …. Igembe North …. Murungine Primary
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Kitui …. Mumoni …. Katse
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Narok …. Narok North …. Narok
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Uasin Gishu …. Eldoret South …. Outspan
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Nyandarua …. Kipipiri …. Miharati
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Bomet …. Sotik …. Sotik
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Migori …. Suna West …. Migori
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Siaya …. Siaya …. Siaya
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Busia …. Teso South …. Amukura
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Trans Nzoia …. Trans Nzoia West …. Kitale
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Kilifi …. Malindi …. Malindi
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Garissa …. Dadaab …. Dadaab
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Wajir …. Wajir South …. Leheley
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Kiambaa …. Karuri
Tuesday 23/05/2017 …. Makueni …. Nzaui …. Matiliku

Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Nyeri …. Mukurwe-ini …. Mukurwe-ini
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Meru …. Igembe Central …. Kangeta
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Kitui …. Kyuso …. Kyuso
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Narok …. Narok East …. Nairegea/Enkare
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Nyandarua …. Nyandarua South …. Engineer
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Nyamira …. Borabu …. Borabu
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Migori …. Uriri …. Uriri
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Siaya …. Ugenya …. Ukwala
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Kakamega …. Mumias West …. Mumias
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Trans Nzoia …. Kiminini …. Kimini
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Kilifi …. Ganze …. Ganze
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Garissa …. Lagdera …. Modogashe
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Wajir …. Wajir West …. Griftu
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Gatundu South …. Gatundu
Wednesday 24/05/2017 …. Makueni …. Kathonzweni …. Kathonzweni

Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Kirinyaga …. Kirinyaga East …. Kianyaga
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Meru …. Tigania East …. Kianyaga
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Kitui …. Mwingi Central …. Mwingi
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Kajiado …. Kajiado North …. Ngong
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Elgeyo/ Marakwet …. Marakwet West …. Kapsowar
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Nyandarua …. Kinangop …. Njambini
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Nyamira …. Masaba North …. Keroka
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Migori …. Awendo …. Awendo
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Siaya …. Ugunja …. Ugunja
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Bungoma …. Bumula …. Bumula
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Trans Nzoia …. Kwanza …. Kwanza
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Kilifi …. Kilifi …. Kilifi
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Wajir …. Habaswein …. Habaswein
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Wajir …. Tarbaj …. Tarbaj
Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Gatundu North …. Kamwangi

Thursday 25/05/2017 …. Makueni …. Makueni …. Wote

Friday 26/05/2017 …. Kirinyaga …. Kirinyaga Central …. Kerugoya
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Meru …. Tigania West …. Urru
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Kitui …. Mwingi East …. Mathuki
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Kajiado …. Isinya …. Isinya
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Elgeyo/ Marakwet …. Marakwet West …. Kapsowar
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Nyandarua …. Mirangini …. Mirangini
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Nyamira …. Nyamiara North …. Ekerenyo
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Migori …. Rongo …. Rongo
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Siaya …. Gem …. Yala
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Kakamega …. Matungu …. Matungu
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Trans Nzoia …. Endebess …. Endebess
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Kilifi …. Kilifi South …. Kikambala
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Wajir …. Wajir East …. Wajir
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Wajir …. Eldas …. Eldas
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Ruiru …. Ruiru
Friday 26/05/2017 …. Makueni …. Mbooni East …. Mumbuni

Monday 29/05/2017 …. Kirinyaga …. Kirinyaga West …. Baricho
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Meru …. Imenti North …. Meru Town
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Kitui …. Migwani …. Migwani
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Kajiado …. Kajiado Central …. Kajiado
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Elgeyo Marakwet …. Keiyo North …. Iten
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Nakuru …. Naivasha …. Naivasha
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Nyamira …. Nyamira South …. Nyamira
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Homa Bay …. Ndhiwa …. Ndhiwa
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Kakamega …. Butere …. Butere
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Bungoma …. Bungoma South …. Bungoma
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Bungoma …. Mt. Elgon …. Kapsokwony
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Mombasa …. Kisauni …. Kisauni
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Mandera …. Mandera West …. Takaba
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Mandera …. Lafey …. Lafey
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Thika East …. Gatuanyaga
Monday 29/05/2017 …. Makueni …. Mbooni West …. Kikima

Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Kirinyaga …. Mwea East …. Wanguru
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Meru …. Meru Central …. Karieni
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Kitui …. Matinyani …. Matinyani
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Kajiado …. Kajiado West …. Kisamis
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Elgeyo/Marakwet …. Keiyo South …. Chepkorio
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Nakuru …. Gilgil …. Gilgil
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Nyamira …. Manga …. Manga
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Homa Bay …. Suba …. Makunga
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Kakamega …. Mumias East …. Shianda
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Bungoma …. Bungoma West …. Sirisia
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Bungoma …. Cheptais …. Cheptais
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Mombasa …. Nyali …. Kongowea
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Mandera …. Mandera Central …. El-Wak
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Mandera …. Banisa …. Banisa
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Thika West …. Thika
Tuesday 30/05/2017 …. Makueni …. Kilungu …. Nunguni

Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Kirinyaga …. Mwea West …. Kandongu
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Meru …. Tigania Central …. Mikinduri Primary
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Kitui …. Kitui West …. Kabati
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Kajiado …. Mashuru …. Mashuru
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Baringo …. Baringo Central …. Kabarnet
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Nakuru …. Nakuru North …. Bahati
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Kisii …. Kisii Central …. Kisii
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Homa Bay …. Mbita …. Mbita
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Kakamega …. Khwisero …. Khwisero
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Bungoma …. Bungoma Central …. Chwele
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Kakamega …. Lugari …. Lumakanda
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Kilifi …. Rabai …. Rabai
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Wajir …. Buna …. Buna
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Wajir …. Wajir North …. Bute
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Kiambu …. Juja …. Juja
Wednesday 31/05/2017 …. Makueni …. Mukaa …. Yoani

Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Murang’a …. Murang’a …. Murang’a
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Meru …. Buuri …. Timau
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Kitui …. Kitui Central …. Kitui
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Kajiado …. Loitokitok …. Loitokitok
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Baringo …. Baringo North …. Kabartonjo
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Nakuru …. Subukia …. Subukia
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Kisii …. Kitutu Central …. Nyanchwa
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Homa Bay …. Homa Bay …. Homa Bay
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Vihiga …. Emuhaya …. Emuhaya
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Bungoma …. Bungoma North …. Mukuyuni
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Kakamega …. Likuyani …. Kongoni
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Kilifi …. Kaloleni …. Kaloleni
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Mandera …. Mandera North …. Rhamu
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Marsabit …. Sololo …. Sololo
Thursday 02/06/2017 …. Muranga …. Gatanga …. Gatanga

Monday 05/06/2017 …. Murang’a …. Kahuro …. Kahuro
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Isiolo …. Isiolo …. Isiolo
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Kitui …. Katulani …. Katulani
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Machakos …. Athi River …. Athi River
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Baringo …. East Pokot …. Chemolingot
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Nakuru …. Nakuru …. Nakuru
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Kisii …. Masaba South …. Masaba
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Homa Bay …. Rangwe …. Rangwe
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Vihiga …. Luanda …. Luanda
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Bungoma …. Kimilili …. Kimilili
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Kakamega …. Matete …. Matete
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Mombasa …. Changamwe …. Changamwe
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Mandera …. Mandera East …. Mandera
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Marsabit …. Chalbi …. Maikona
Monday 05/06/2017 …. Nairobi City …. Nairobi Districts …. Misc (Kasarani)

Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Murang’a …. Kangema …. Kangema
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Meru …. Imenti South …. Nkubu
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Kitui …. Lower Yatta …. Kiusyuni
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Machakos …. Machakos …. Machakos
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Baringo …. Marigat …. Marigat
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Nakuru …. Njoro …. Njoro
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Kisii …. Marani …. Marani
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Homa Bay …. Rachuonyo North …. Kendu Bay
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Vihiga …. Sabatia …. Sabatia
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Kakamega …. Kakamega South …. Malinya
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Bungoma …. Webuye West …. Chebos High Sch
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Uasin Gishu …. Eldoret West …. Paul Boit High School
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Mombasa …. Jomvu …. Mikindani
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Marsabit …. Moyale …. Moyale
Tuesday 06/06/2017 …. Marsabit …. Laisamis …. Laisamis

Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Murang’a …. Mathioya …. Kiria- Ini
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Tharaka-Nithi …. Tharaka North …. Gatunga
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Kitui …. Ikutha …. Ikutha
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Machakos …. Kathiani …. Kathiani
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Baringo …. Koibatek …. Eldama Ravine
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Nakuru …. Molo …. Molo
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Kisii …. Sameta …. Itumbe
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Homa Bay …. Rachuonyo South …. Kosele
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Vihiga …. Vihiga …. Mbale
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Bungoma …. Bungoma East …. Webuye
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Uasin Gishu …. Moiben …. Moiben
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Mombasa …. Mombasa …. Mombasa
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Marsabit …. Marsabit …. Marsabit
Wednesday 07/06/2017 …. Turkana …. Turkana South …. Lokichar

Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Murang’a …. Murang’a South …. …. Murang’a TTC
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Tharaka-Nithi …. Tharaka South …. …. Marimanti
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Kitui …. Mutomo …. …. Mutomo
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Machakos …. Kangundo …. …. Kangundo
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Baringo …. Mogotio …. …. Mogotio
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Nakuru …. Nakuru West …. …. Kapkures
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Kisii …. Gucha …. …. Ogembo
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Homa Bay …. Rachuonyo East …. …. Kadongo
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Vihiga …. Hamisi …. …. Hamisi
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Kakamega …. Kakamega North …. …. Malava
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Uasin Gishu …. Soy …. …. 64 Stadium
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Marsabit …. North Horr …. …. Marsabit Town
Thursday 08/06/2017 …. Turkana …. Turkana East …. …. …. Lokori

Friday 09/06/2017 …. Murang’a …. Kandara …. …. …. Kandara
Friday 09/06/2017 …. Tharaka Nithi …. Maara …. …. …. Chogoria
Friday 09/06/2017 …. Kitui …. Mutitu …. …. …. Zombe
Friday 09/06/2017 …. Machakos …. Matungulu …. …. …. Matungulu Friday 09/06/2017 …. Nakuru …. Rongai …. …. …. Kampi ya Moto
Friday 09/06/2017 …. Nakuru …. Kuresoi North …. …. …. Sirikwa
Friday 09/06/2017 …. Kisii …. Nyamache …. …. …. Nyamache
Friday 09/06/2017 …. Kisumu …. Nyakach …. …. Pap Ondit
Friday 09/06/2017 …. Uasin Gishu …. Kesses …. …. Kesses
Friday 09/06/2017 …. Marsabit …. Loyangalani …. …. Marsabit Town
Friday 09/06/2017 …. Turkana …. Turkana North …. …. …. Lokitaung

Monday 12/06/2017 …. Murang’a …. Kigumo …. …. …. Kigumo
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Tharaka-Nithi …. Meru South …. …. …. Chuka
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Kitui …. Nzambani …. …. …. Chuluni
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Machakos …. Mwala …. …. …. Mwala
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Nakuru …. Kuresoi …. …. Keringet
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Kisii …. Kenyenya …. …. Kenyenya
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Kisumu …. Nyando …. …. Awasi
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Kakamega …. Kakamega Central …. …. Kakamega
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Uasin Gishu …. Eldoret East …. …. Naiberi
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Turkana …. Turkana West …. …. Kakuma
Monday 12/06/2017 …. Turkana …. Kibish …. …. Kibish

Tuesday 13/06/2017 …. Kitui …. Kisasi …. …. …. Kisasi
Tuesday 13/06/2017 …. Machakos …. Masinga …. …. …. Masinga
Tuesday 13/06/2017 …. Kisii …. Kisii South …. …. …. Kerina
Tuesday 13/06/2017 …. Kisumu…. Muhoroni …. …. …. Chemilil
Tuesday 13/06/2017 …. Kakamega …. Navakholo …. …. …. Navakholo
Tuesday 13/06/2017 …. Turkana …. Turkana Central …. …. …. Lodwar
Tuesday 13/06/2017 …. Turkana …. Loima …. …. …. Lorugum

Wednesday 14/06/2017 …. Machakos …. Yatta …. …. …. Kithimani
Wednesday 14/06/2017 …. Kisii …. Gucha South …. …. …. Nyamarambe
Wednesday 14/06/2017 …. Kakamega …. Kakamega East …. …. …. Shinyalu

“I Cause the Salga Stretch Accidents” – Schola

On 27th February’s, I woke up at 4 am and switched on my TV. Unfortunately, my GoTV Max subscription had ran out. Though I wanted to watch CNN, I ended up switching to KBC, a channel rarely watched in this country.

At about 8 am there was an evangelical program. I don’t follow such programs but that day I chose to watch. I was surprised with what I saw and this has formed the basis of this article.

Kenyan evangelical Churches are known to preach for financial prosperity. Their Gospel is curved to lure people into giving out their hard earned money to the church in the guise of tyth and the infamous “kupanda mbegu!” The naive people of faith give out this offerings in exchange for the so called “blessings” and “miracles!”

“Today, I won’t preach, for what I have in store for you will surprise you,” the televangelist warned as he introduced the program. The next scene was of a recorded crusade from Malindi.

The program focused on a testimony of a lady by the name of Schola. This lady claimed she, together with her colleagues, were responsible for the numerous road accidents along the Salgaa stretch.

She went ahead to claim that she is a member of an identified cult led by her high school teacher. The lady said her family is well off, and lives in Karen. She left home after police foiled her attempt to wipe out her family (parents and younger brother). She even confessed that a police lost his life from the incident.

Salgaa
An accident that claimed 36 lives

The Salga stretch has claimed so many lives. Many families have been broken, many children orphaned and people left with disabilities. The testimony of Schola should not go uninvestigated.

In the video, Schola claims she has a tattoo that  makes her powerful. She can easily control a man by just looking at him. She says she got money from men by controlling them give away their ATMs and PIN. She goes ahead to claim that the police are aware of her group and dread them.

Schola went to the church to seek or redemption after she refused to complete her assigned mission.

“I was ordered to wipe my family out but I failed. Because of this, I was to choose between my family and one million people.”

The confession of Schola may be true, or just part of the schemes of one of our local churches to claim publicity. If it is the latter, then this church must have bitten more than it can chew.

The testimony of Schola should not go uninvestigated. We’ll be giving credence to the shithole country narrative if we let such a confession go uninterogated. You can’t go to a state owned mediahouse and make such claims and walk Scot free.

But methinks this lady Schola is a fraud. While she claims to have been born and raised in Karen, she hardly spoke English.Her Swahili is also that with the Coastal accent. I think she is a fraud, just like the one unearthed by Jich Pevu some years back. It is no longer a secret that Kenyan evangelists buy testimonies to entice their congregants. But whatever the case, this lady and her pastor must be investigated. What’s your opinion on this?

The Slum Boy Who Scored 392 yet to join Kabianga School

Yesterday, in Mathare 4A, part of the Nairobi City Slums, a boy by the name Hezron Francis reached out to me. I gave him my hear, and I thought I would do him a favour if I shared his story.

Hezron is the second born to the late Robert Odhiambo Munuan’go and Beatrice Achieng. His dad Robert was the sole breadwinner.

This young man just did his KCPE and passed with flying colours. He scored 392 marks and was fortunate to be among the lucky few pupils invited to join the Kabianga, a National School in Kericho.26952093_1632862110115128_1238567717018477803_o

Having performed exemplary at the Bridge International Academy, Mathare Branch, the school got him a scholarship. Unfortunately, the education fund supports the school fee. The young boy is stranded.

 

 

I went to their house, and interestingly, I discovered that his younger brother too sat for the exams and scored 331. The two are just at home while their peers are already in class. The younger one, Jackson Samuel, has been invited to join Olympic Secondary School.

On Monday, as I passed by their house, I saw Hezron paint his mabati suitcase. While his fellow students were getting new cabins for form one, he chose to use the one their family has been using.

As a politician, most people know me. So the boy must have known I could help.
“Yesterday was the deadline to join the school, yet am still here!” the boy said with tears lingering in his eyes.
“I just need Kshs. 10,000 and transport to Kericho and I can go ahead with my studies. Kindly help me!”

I told him I would try, but I don’t know what to do. His story reminded me of my case in 2003. I had sat for my exams in 2002, and when the calling letters came in January. I was invited to join Sawagongo High School.

The story of this family rekindles the painful memory of how Mr. Ogot, the then Sawagongo Principle, send me together with my grandmother away, arguing that his school was not some village school where students joined at any time.

I came to Nairobi to look for scholarship in vain. I organized fundraising in May only to raise Kshs. 12,000, which was way too little to the Kshs. 70,000 I targeted.

After struggles, here and there, and getting the school uniforms and all the other stuff, I thought I could join Sawagongo. As to how I eventually did my O’levels is a story for another day.

I feel this boy, and I want to help him. But since I don’t have a deep pocket, there’s nothing more I can do than share his story with you so that any Good Samaritan out there can help these boys join School.

I’ve their family contacts and the other details. If you are a person of means and willing to help, kindly help these boys join secondary School.

Mother’s Number: 0727721839

Home Address: Mathare 4A (Mradi) – (At Gumba Bridge ask the house of the Late Japollo)

My Contact: 0725688799

Huge Public Debt with Little to Show for It

According the Central Bank of Kenya’s statistics, our country’s domestic debt is Sh2.118 trillion while the international debt is Sh2.294 trillion. But remember this was in June. In essence, the government is borrowing at a monthly rate of Kshs. 86 billion, tremendously beating the average rates of 2016 and 2015 which stood at Kshs. 54 billion and Kshs 55 billion respectively. It is, therefore, the highest rate since our country begun listing public debt.

Finance CS Henry Rotich

In 2013, barely two months after Jubilee had come into power, our total debt was at Sh1.894 trillion, which was 42 per cent of GDP then. Today, our national debt stands at Kshs. 4.4 trillion and our debt to GDP ratio is at a whopping 59%. With a population of about 45 million people, it then means that each Kenyan owes at least Sh97,000.

The primary reason for Jubilee’s insatiable appetite for syndicated loans is to fund infrastructural projects and budget deficits. However, these projects have proven to be cash-cows. Their costs are highly inflated and billions of shillings of the borrowed money end up in private accounts. For example, this administration is yet to give a comprehensive report on how it spent the Eurobond proceeds. One would then wonder why some people still support such a regime.

Blinded by hatred and tribalism

We, the young generation, hardly believe it when we are told Malaysia and Singapore are our peers.  The ASEAN nations have made tremendous progress. While these counties are now Asia’s financial hubs, we remain a third world country that depends heavily on international borrowing and grants.

We still grapple with episodes of hunger and famine. We still fight over elections, defend our tribesmen who loot from the public coffers, and judge our fellow countrymen and women not on merit, but their native regions.

When the youths in Singapore are using the internet technology to come up with solutions to their country’s problems, we Kenyans are using it to spew hate and spread propaganda. These widening cracks in the foundation of our nation have made the country be like a Skyscraper with a shaky foundation.

We can barely feed our families as the cost of virtually everything has gone up. The cost of higher education is at the rooftop, and is set to increase even further. The lecturers are on strike. Our hospitals are ill-equipped and staffed; the nurses are just from a six-month national strike and the doctors are threatening to go back to the streets if the government doesn’t implement their CBA.  But in the sight of these glaring problems, we’re still too blinded to see any evil and crimes committed by Jubilee. We feel the impact of the huge public debt, but would suffer under Jubilee than have a regime change.

 

Kenya, secession, verdict

Kenya, a 43-Storey Building with a Shaky Foundation

It is less than 20 days, and we celebrate our 54th Jamhuri day, the day our country became a republic, just a few months after we freed ourselves from the British rule. As we’ve learned in history, back then, we believed that with self-rule, all Kenyans would be equal in the eyes of the law. Nobody thought one tribe was superior to another, and neither did we have stereotypes that a particular tribe is violent or corrupt. Yes, we were poor, uneducated and we had health care problems, but we coexisted as a people of one nation called Kenya.

But after decades of misrule, heinous impunity, pervasive corruption, poor policy choices, and rampant tribalism and nepotism, the fiber binding us together became loose.

On Monday, after the Supreme Court upheld Uhuru Kenyatta’s win in the presidential election rerun, our country became even more divided. There’s no better way to elucidate our country’s current state of affairs than the caption done by Gado, arguably our best cartoonist. He drew a cartoon of a woman (Wanjiku) split into two halves. One side of her is jumping and ululating in celebration, and the other half is upset and bitter.

Gado,Supreme Decision
Supreme Decision as captured by Gado

If you open your TV today, all the stations are preaching peace and unity. The panelists are advising Uhuru Kenyatta, and to some extent, the opposition chief Raila Odinga, to unite our country. But the question is our country able to come together again and get back to how it was at independence?

Words of Our National Anthem

54 years of reciting our national anthem, yet those words remain just words, as meaningless as the head of a corpse.

How can justice be our shield and defender when one tribe celebrates an injustice done to the other tribe, while another tribe bemoans a justice accorded to another?

How can we dwell in unity when Jubilee butchers our brothers and sisters like rodents?

How can we’ve peace and liberty when the people who have the mandate to protect us are the same people maiming and killing our loved ones?

How can we have plenty within our borders, when one tribe prides itself as the owners of the economy

It took all the 43 tribes to build the country Kenya; it is, therefore, sick and saddening when the state denies the citizens of this country the right to choose their own path. If we want peace, we must seek justice. Justice needs all our hands on deck, and here we surely have some work to do.

We cannot move forward as a nation when one or two tribes control the country’s resources and view the presidency as a preserve of their own. Under such circumstance, the best step forward is to disintegrate! Yes, let’s secede.

Secession may be a herculean task, and yes it should; it is the easy approaches, like “there’s always another chance,” and “ACCEPT and MOVE ON,” that have landed us where we are today.

To coexist together, the principles of equity, fairness, and justice must suffice. But since this has failed, let us just separate in peace, and save whatever little respect and dignity we’ve left.

The cracks in the foundation of our country are perhaps beyond repair, and, therefore, we may bring down the building called Kenya and construct it afresh. If this is no done, then the Skyscraper is likely to collapse, and the impact of this fall will be gargantuan and calamitous.