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Kilimani Cops Arrest Armed Robbery Suspect In Dramatic Chase – DCI



Kilimani Cops Arrest Armed Robbery Suspect In Dramatic Chase - DCI


Detectives based at Kileleshwa in the upmarket Kilimani suburbs, foiled an armed attack aimed at two businessmen Saturday evening.

This followed a tip-off received by the officers, who quickly pounced on the suspects in the nick of time, just before staging their attack. The thugs who were using a motorbike as their getaway means were cornered along Laikipia road in Kilimani, by the hawk-eyed officers who ordered them to surrender immediately.

But the thugs defied the order and escaped in different directions leaving the bike behind, prompting a chase that pit the thugs against the officers. It wasn’t long before one of the thugs was swept off his feet by the long -legged Corporal Miheso, catapulting him to the air for a moment before he landed on the ground with a thud.

There’s no way the thug would have gotten away from Miheso, a former physical trainer at the National Police College main campus – Kiganjo.

But before Miheso handcuffed the thug and led him to the police station, an angry mob of nduthi men that was chasing closely behind baying for his blood, descended on him with an avalanche of blows and kicks, disfiguring his dental arrangement and gifting him a swollen eye.

The thug writhed on the ground in pain begging for forgiveness, as the unforgiving nduthi men jostled for an opportunity to deliver a blow on his face.

Before reinforcement for Corporal Miheso arrived, the riders had dispensed what they described as instant justice to the thug.

A homemade pistol capable of firing loaded with one round of 9 mm calibre was also recovered from the thug identified as Eric Musungu, from Kawangware 46 area.

The second suspect escaped by a whisker and detectives are hot on his trail. Meanwhile, Musungu was booked in custody pending arraignment Monday morning.

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Why Wa Jesus Family Lent Millions to Political Aspirant



Why Wa Jesus Family Lent Millions to Political Aspirant

YouTube content creators Kabu and Milly wa Jesus have revealed they lent millions of cash to a close political aspirant for campaigns.

While they did not reveal the identity of the aspirant, the Wa Jesus couple disclosed they gave the aspirant Sh7 million.

They also noted that the aspirant has since won the seat they were vying for.

“The person is a close friend to us and they have started paying back the money. They won the election,” Kabi said.

Milly added that they believed in the friend and their leadership skills and that’s why they entrusted the friend with the amount of money.

The Wa Jesus family added that the friend would still have paid back the money if they had lost.

“They have ever helped us before in so many ways and we believed in them. If they lost the elections, they would have paid our money back,” Kabi said.

The YouTubers also spoke about how the Election had affected some of their plans. Kabi, who is putting up a house for his mother-in-law, said some of their workers stopped going to the site.

“We had also planned to move out from our current house but we had to postpone that,” he said.

“I had a birthday surprise for my wife but I could not hold it and by now, we would also have unveiled our daughter to our fans.”

His message to Kenyans?

“Kenya is bigger than all of us and it is a pity that people are not going back to work due to a process where some leaders are looking for jobs.”

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Nelson Havi Ready for ‘shortest’ Supreme Court Battle Against Azimio



Nelson Havi Ready for 'shortest' Supreme Court Battle Against Azimio

The newly-elected Kenya Kwanza Camp has indicated it is prepared to face Azimio should they challenge the outcome of the presidential election at the Supreme Court.

The Raila Odinga-led Coalition has disputed the results released by IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati on Monday.

Speaking on Tuesday, Raila said that Chebukati’s declaration of William Ruto as president-elect is null and void. He mentioned that Azimio will pursue all constitutional and legal options available to contest Ruto’s win.

But lawyer Nelson Havi said they are prepared to lock horns with Azimio in the corridors of justice.

Havi, who vied and lost in the Westlands MP race on a UDA ticket, expressed confidence that the petition would be the shortest case to be heard at the Supreme court.

“We are ready for them at the Supreme Court. In fact, we will use their own arguments on quorum of IEBC and the Court’s determination on the same in the BBI case,” Havi tweeted.

“It will be the shortest fought battle at the Apex Court.”

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The Millions Zuchu Would Have To Pay Diamond to Terminate Wasafi Contract



The Millions Zuchu Would Have To Pay Diamond to Terminate Wasafi Contract

WCB Wasafi President Diamond Platnumz has revealed how much his signee Zuchu would have to pay to terminate her contract with the record label.

According to Diamond, the songbird would have to part with a whopping Tsh10 billion(Ksh511 million) if she were to terminate her Wasafi contract before its maturity.

In an interaction with a fan on social media, Diamond defended the hefty buy-out price saying Zuchu’s numbers and popularity had grown incredibly since she joined Wasafi.

The singer’s remarks amid allegations that Wasafi exploits its signees. These allegations re-emerged recently after Rayvanny parted ways with Wasafi.

Reports coming out of Tanzania indicated that Diamond fined Rayvanny Sh2.5 million for performing at Nandi festival before fully terminating his contract with Wasafi.

Before Rayvanny, Harmonize left Wasafi and had to pay a reported Sh22 million.

Diamond recently denied exploiting his former signees saying it was just business.

“We are in the music business but at first there were rumours that artistes are being exploited. It even reached the President but we explained ourselves saying this is business and they understood it from our point of view.

“So you can’t just leave when we have invested millions in your craft. I invest in these people, make ensure they have a name for themselves, plus shows so that we can also make money at the end of the day,” Diamond explained.

He added: “If I wanted I could have invested that money in something else, but I choose to invest in entertainment. WCB artistes are some of the richest artistes right now because of the investment we put in them.”

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