Top crimes stoppers of the day in Kenya

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From the countries top second hand market going down in ashes mysteriously to top justices receiving harsh rulings to a man hiding meat Kenya has witnessed show stopping crimes today.


A huge fire has razed down stalls at Nairobi’s Toi Market in Kibera destroying property worth millions of shillings.

According to witnesses the fire broke out at 3am on Tuesday and by 6.30 am, the flames were still spreading in the stalls and the shanites.

Business people are reported to be injured by deep cuts and burns as they tried to rescue left goods from the inferno

Addressing the crowd when he visited the area on Tuesday, the former Prime Minister reiterated that the perennial fire tragedies witnessed in the area were orchestrated by fraudsters seeking to displace traders and later occupy the trading field.


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The Supreme Court affirmed removal of High Court Judge Joseph Mbalu Mutava over alleged misconduct.

In their recommendation, the five-judge bench of the Supreme Court led by Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu found that Mutava did influence to have Goldenberg case file placed before him.

“We looked at the proceedings before the tribunal and we are of the view that the judge was given a fair hearing…,” the judges said.


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Nyeri Senior Resident Pauline Omungala Chesang has was arraigned in court over the murder of her husband lawyer Robert Chesang.

Pauline appeared in court alongside three other suspects and will remain in remand at the Athi River Police Station.

The other co-accused Rtd Sergeant Richard Moru (NIS) Lawrence Lempesi and Police Constable Peter Maundu Mbithi will be remanded at Machakos GK Prison.

Machakos Deputy Registrar Kipchumba Kenei, directed all accused to be escorted to the Mathare Hospital for medical assessments and reports filed.

The court also directed an advocate be appointed pro bono for Sergeant Moru and Lempesi.

Pauline has been held at the Athi River Police Station since March 5 after Mavoko Magistrate Elvis Michieka ordered all the accused be detained for nine days to allow police conclude investigations.


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A daring meat thief has left Kenyans laughing after he was caught with goat meet strapped to his body. The man draped in Maasai shukas was trying to get away with his not so well calculated crime.

In a viral Instagram video the guy was cornered and stripped by police officers forcing him to reveal where he got the meat. Only identified as Aloice, the meat bandit had initially covered his sins using a green cover up, a jacket and a t-shirt.

He slowly took off his clothes and the meat which was tied to his skin popped up. Aloice had used a rope to tie the food around his body. The officers, completely puzzled, questioned where he got the goat meat from and the man’s answer was hilarious; “I got it on the mountain. The goat was alone, it did not have an owner.”

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