Yet another day Kenyans have witnessed shocking crimes that have robbed the nation its wealth and loved ones questioning humanity of leaders and police.
From the explosion of JKIA merger crisis through KAWU strike to a family crying for justice after son is mercilessly lynched by mob and members of church touching Matiang’i to hotly go after preacher in 1.5 billion scam the nation was as well worried after kebs boss involvement in mercury saga case heightens
Despite Kenya Airports Authority declaring the strike illegal, all flights were grounded at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) as Kenya Aviation Workers Union(KAWU) members downed their tool on Wednesday morning.
The protracted tussle with their employer over a merger plan dubbed Project Simba has remained the thorny issue.
“Corrupt procurement arrangement poor decision making and open looting by cartels want to extend their insatiable appetite to KAA at the expense of all Kenyans” read part of the press statement by KAWU secretary general Moss Ndiema, pointing out a number of details that make the union convinced, that Project Simba is scandalous
Some passengers were caught in the fracas that left six KQ staff members seriously injured and Ndiema got arrested.
KEBS BOSS FERTILISER SCANDAL
A court in Nairobi has summoned the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) acting Manager Bernard Nguyo to explain why he should not be held in contempt of court in the ongoing ‘mercury’ fertiliser case.
Mr Ongwae and other government officials are accused of unlawfully releasing to OCP-K Limited, 5,846,000 kilograms of substandard compound fertiliser which contained mercury.
MATIANG’I AFTER GAKUYO
Interior CS Fred Matiang’i has directed Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet to take stern action against Ekeza Sacco officials for alleged misappropriation of Ksh.1.5billion.
Ekeza Sacco hit the headlines after it emerged that televangelist “Dr” David Kariuki Ngare, alias Gakuyo, allegedly embezzled members’ funds.
The money belonged that was apparently transferred to his personal account belonged to 78,000 members of the savings and credit company.
KIBERA SON KILLED BY MOB
A family is crying for justice of their son who was lynched by a mob on Monday evening in Kibera after being accused of stealing a motorcycle.
Abbass Mohammed was attacked with a machete by a boda boda rider from Silanga in a grudge which is said to have been going on since last year.
According to residents the slain tried calling for help from his friends but it all went futile.
“The boda boda rider called out on residents shouting that he was a thief and that was when the mob justice came and lynched and left him for dead,” a resident said.