It is a little past six in the evening and a handful of patrons gather at a popular pub at the heart of Kisumu’s Central Business District.Read More »
Behind the scenes internal wars among police officers have also been attributed to the wave of crime in the country.Read More »
If you ask the youth hanging around the Githurai 45 roundabout in Kasarani, Nairobi, Police Constable Titus Masila had murder on his mind on April 14.Read More »
Police at Githurai Kimbo and Kasarani stations say Kenneth Kimani, who they shot and killed in April, was a mobile phone snatcher, just like his brothers Walter Wamae and Oscar Mwangi.Read More »
One in every five Kenyans who walk into a hospital for treatment ends up dead or harmed due to mistakes made by those treating them, doctors say.Read More »
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It is a little past six in the evening and a handful of patrons gather at a popular pub at the heart of Kisumu’s Central Business District.
A 29-year-old Bulawayo woman from Matshobana suburb got the shock of her life when she woke up in the morning and realised her private parts were missing, it is alleged.