IN THE HEADLINES: ‘Panga remarks’ Architect Moses Kuria to know fate as 2 students Die in Kiambu

Two students perish in dormitory inferno, Kiambu County

two students dieTwo students of Stephjoy Boys High School in Ndeiya, Kiambu County died early this morning after a fire gutted their dormitory.

Eight others were injured in the early morning incident.

Police are yet to establish the cause of the fire that destroyed a dormitory, hosting about 60 students and have since launched investigations into the matter.

Previous fires around this time of the school calendar have been linked to students’ unwillingness to sit for mock exams.

Education CS Prof J. Kaimenyi has since banned the famous mock exams and replaced them with continuous assessment tests in a bid to tame students unrest.

More reporting by Nation and The Standard


‘Panga remarks’ Architect Moses Kuria to know fate of his bond terms today

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria will know the fate of his bail terms today when he a proposed cancelation takes centre stage before a criminal court in Nairobi.

Mose Kuria

Kuria is facing charge of hate speech, ethnic contempt and incitement to violence.

Danson Mungatana, representing the controversial MP is to convince the court why Kuria’s bond of 2M should not be cancelled.

If Mungatana fails to do so, Moses Kuria, the man behind the ‘panga remarks,’ as they are now referred to in court, will cool his heels in custody pending the hearing and determination of the case.

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