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Police release 18 people arrested during the Kisumu foiled bank robbery

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Police in Kisumu have released 18 people who were arrested yesterday following the foiled robbery attempt on Equity Bank’s Ang’awa Street branch.

Out of the 18 people, 14 of them were bank staffers and a cleaner. Four of them were customers, including a university lecturer.

Police also say they have obtained CCTV footage detailing what transpired in the banking hall.

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Gideon Moi assures Baringo residents of security

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Baringo Senator Gideon Moi on Saturday sought to assure our people of Baringo of his commitment and that of the government to ensure that peace prevails in the volatile area by curbing the banditry menace after bandits were reported to have occupied the area, displacing residents from their homes.
Moi assessed the security situation in Mochongoi in Baringo County.

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Murang’a County offices destroyed by fire

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Property worth millions of shillings was today destroyed after fire burnt down a building housing several governments’ offices.

The fire affected an office block housing departments of Youth, Sports, Culture, Social services, Adult education, Women Enterprise Fund and National Council for Persons with Disabilities.

The inferno is said to have started at the office of adult education then spread to other offices before the county fire brigade responded.

Murang’a county disaster management officer, Bilha Wanjiru said they got alert and dispatched two fire engines to the scene.

“We tried to contain the fire but unfortunately we ran out of water. Our vehicles were forced to go back to our fire offices to get more water as there is no water head-drop near the offices,” added Wanjiru.

She observed that more destruction happened when the fire engines went to get more water saying in some offices there were tyres and cooking gas cylinders which prompted the fire to spread fast.

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Odinga Vows to Jail All Corrupt Leaders, warns Ruto of political tsunami

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ODM leader Raila Odinga vowed to jail leaders who stole from public coffers when elected to State House in the 2022 General Elections.

Speaking at the Thika Stadium Saturday the former Prime Minister claimed that some leaders have stolen from public coffers in the past and need to be brought to book.

Odinga opined that some of the public servants in Kenya should be in prison for the crimes they have committed against the Kenyan public.

On the other hand, Odinga has warned Deputy President William Ruto’s hustler nation movement to prepare for a political hurricane that will sweep him away in August.

Raila said his Azimio La Umoja movement which he said brings together all Kenyans will win the presidency in the August 9, General Election.

“I had predicted that it will be Tsunami but now we have a hurricane that will confuse Tangatanga,” Raila said.

‘Umekuwa kwa serikali miaka nane. Unasema eti handshake ndio imefanya kazi ikakwama. Kazi imekushinda, toka wacha Baba akuonyeshe!’ Raila further hit out at Ruto.

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