Monthly Archives: January 2012
Kenya’s president Mwai Kibaki yesterday announced the suspension of Deputy Chief Justice Nancy Baraza after the Judicial Service Commission, JSC, recommended that a tribunal to probe her conduct be formed.
For those who may not be up to speed on the Baraza saga, she allegedly pinched a Village Market guard,Rebecca Kerubo, on the nose and pulled a gun after she refused to be searched,a routine security measure after increase in Al Shabaab bombings in Kenya.
Kenya military says it has killed six al shabaab militants in the battle of Tabda. During the fighting one KDF soldier was killed.
But in a conflicting tweet Al Shabaab claims they have killed six KDF soldiers during the same battle. Both tweets reporting the deaths were released at the same time.
Tucked on the rolling hills of the Great Rift Valley along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway lies Kijabe Mission Hospital. The hospital, established by missionaries in 1915, is synonymous with bone surgery. As you snake down the breathtaking scenery of lush vegetation and tall trees, the ride is peaceful if your eyes are only focused on the beautiful scenery and the quality of medical care that awaits you at the AIC church-run hospital.
A security guard searching clients entering the Village Market shopping mall in Nairobi has lodged a complaint with police over the behaviour of the Deputy Chief Justice Nancy Baraza. Security guard Rebecca Kerubo Morara claims she was intimidated with a pistol by Baraza when she sought to frisk her on New Year’s Eve. Baraza accepts there was a dispute but denies threatening the guard with a gun. Morara recorded a statement at Gigiri Police Station in the Occurrence Book reference OB 14/1/1/2012.