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26 Nov 2014 description
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In Summary

  • People living within the estates, where several highrise buildings are coming up, have to walk carefully while crossing the roads to avoid pools of rain water.

  • Traders have not been spared, as they are forced to close their businesses when it rains to avoid water splashed by cars messing up their wares.

By MUCHEMI WACHIRA

A number of roads in Nairobi have turned into a nightmare for residents due to flooding caused by heavy rains.

25 Nov 2014 description
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In Summary

  • This comes two days after Al-Shabaab militants attacked a Nairobi-bound bus and killed 28 people. The workers met Monday and said they had written to the Mandera County Health department over their concerns.

  • A clinical officer in charge of the expected exit said the Mandera County government has abandoned though the county is their current employer.

  • Mandera County executive for Health Hassan Eymoy said plans were under way to have security provided in health facilities within the county.

24 Nov 2014 description
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In Summary

  • Sub-county administrator Titus Ekiru said a 12-year-old boy was among the dead following a fierce exchange of fire between the bandits and police reservists, who tried to repulse the invaders and recover the stolen livestock.
  • The raiders stole over 300 goats, heightening tension between Pokots and Turkanas.

By SAMMY LUTTA

Residents on the Turkana-Pokot border are living in fear after four of their own were killed in a village raid.

21 Nov 2014 description
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In Summary

  • Asman Kamama is the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Internal Security and Administration.

  • The military said soldiers had left the area before the alleged looting and harassment.

By WYCLIFF KIPSANG

A humanitarian crisis looms in Tiaty sub-county as food supplies are not reaching the area due to the ongoing bid to disarm villagers.

Security officers have erected road blocks, hindering food transportation.

21 Nov 2014 description
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In Summary

  • Police patrols stepped up after attack

  • The attack at Buluku, according to County Commissioner Peter Thuku, involved the Gabbra and Dasaanach communities.

By LUCAS BARASA

Five people were killed and 12 others injured in a bandit attack on a North Horr village.

Four villagers have been missing since the Wednesday incident.

The attack at Buluku, according to County Commissioner Peter Thuku, involved the Gabbra and Dasaanach communities.