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Kenyan Striker Olunga set to join Guizhou Zhicheng in China

Kenyan International football star Michael Olunga has joined newly promoted Chinese club Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng F.C for an unknown fee from Swedish club Djurgardens IF.

Olunga, 22, was released by Djurgårdens IF after both clubs agreed to sell the player who had three years remaining on his contract.

Olunga who played for Gor Mahia and Tusker had also been on the radar of Russian giants CSKA Moscow with some rumors saying he was also being eyed by other clubs in Europe.

Guizhou Zhicheng Hengfeng FC had enquired about the forward and were reported to be ready to meet the amount of Sh467million (40mn Swedish Krona) asked by his Swedish Club.

So far, Olunga scored 19 goals for Gor Mahia in the 2015 season, helping them win their 15th KPL title and the second KPL top 8 title, before joining the Swedesh side.

Nyeri businessman releases 500 IDs to owners

A businessman in Nyeri county has released over 500 identity cards to their respective owners following a directive by Interior Cabinet Secretary, Major Gen. (Rtd.) Joseph Nkaissery.

Joseph Wachira, who is the owner of an electrical shop in Nyeri’s Majengo area, said that he held the ID cards of persons owing him a total amount of Sh 750,000.

Wachira said he decided to write off all the debts to allow the ID cards owners to exercise their democratic right of electing the next leaders when the country goes to the elections on August 8, 2017.
This comes less than a week after Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery directed that all business operators to release Identity Cards confiscated over unpaid debts.

Mr Wachira claimed that the ID holders, who are mainly the residents of Majengo and Kiawara slums in the county, borrowed different sums of money from him to settle various bills including school and medical fees between April 2016 and January this year.Nyeri County Deputy Commissioner, John
Nyeri County Deputy Commissioner, John Marete, who led the IDs release process urged more business operators to follow in Wachira’s footsteps and release IDs to their owners

Man ejaculates on a lady’s legs while standing in a queue in a bank.

A man has been exposed by an angry lady after he humiliated her in public by ejaculating on her legs in a queue at Diamond Bank in Nairobi. 

The man who was acting innocent, was standing behind the lady and could resist her incredible body and went on to finish it right there.

Another customer who was standing on the queue noticed something unusual about the guy but thought of keeping quiet about it only to realize later after the guy had already completed his mission.

Customers then took photos and share on social media. see below.

Mama Ngina Visits Former President Moi in Kabarak

Kenya’s first First Lady Mama Ngina Kenyatta paid a courtesy call to retired president Daniel Arap Moi over the weekend at his Kabarak home in Nakuru county.

Details of the visit have not been revealed yet,but rumors have it that the discussion between the two revolved around the political future of the country as everyone is preparing for the August general election.

The longest serving Kenyan President, who took over from founding father Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, to become Kenya’s sophomore Head of State, expressed his happiness to meet with Mama Ngina Kenyatta, noting the friendship between the two families is growing stronger.

Moi's son and Kanu chairman Gideon Moi is expected to announce whether the independence party will back the reelection bid on Ngina’s son President Uhuru Kenyatta or join  the ODM.

Gideon was last week given a two week ultimatum during a convention between the party delegates, to deliberate on which side of the political divide the party would join or if to go it alone in the polls.
Recently, its Secretary General Nick Salat declared that Kanu will work with the National Super Alliance. He spoke during the inauguration of Nasa, on January 12, that Kanu was firmly in it.

The remarks however split the party’s top brass in the middle with a section of it saying Salat’s statement was personal rather than representative of Kanu.

In 2016, President Uhuru Kenyatta personally called Gideon Moi, urging him not to join the Opposition, that his family interests would be served better in Jubilee. The two are known childhood friends.

Rare Photo of Bishop Kiuna When he had 'nothing but Christ' surfaces on social media

The most controversial couple pastors in the country Bishop Allan Kiuna and his wife Kathy Kiuna has come from far, the two who have been married for ages were not always as rich as they are today.

During interviews, Kathy Kiuna has always mentioned theta they got married when they were living in a single roomed house but have now progressed to a million dollar house in one of the porsche areas of the city.

A rare photo of Kiuna before he had nothing has surfaced on social media and has created a buzz. The throwback photos show bishop Kiuna singing in a church with one of his brothers in Christ, when they were still poor as church mouse.

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Kenya Power recovers 18 transformers buried in Redhill, Kiambu - VIDEO

Transformers belonging to the Kenya Power and Lighting Company’s were recovered by police in Kiambu County yesterday after reports emerged that they had been stolen. 

The police were acting on a tip off by members of the public and when they reached the home of the suspected thieves, they recover 39 transformers buried in the ground.

“The new owners noticed wires protruding from the ground in the process of clearing the ground for development, that’s when they called the police,” said Kigen.

According to the head of Security says 60 transformers have been stolen in the last six months, “but this a significant drop compared to an average of 400 transformers vandalized in previous years, over the same period.”

AG Muigai to publish names of 32 rogue lawyers

The Attorney General's office will this Friday make public a list of advocates facing disciplinary action for gross professional misconduct.

The AG will list 32 advocates whose names were submitted to AD Githu Muigai last Friday January 13 by the Secretary of the Advocates Complaints Commission, James Marienga.

The names in the list include advocates facing suspension and those who have been struck off the Roll of Advocates and will be published in a gazette notice on Friday, January 20, 2017.

According to AG, the move to name and shame the lawyers came as a response to public outcry on the rising number of rogue advocates who have continued to fleece members of the public while putting the legal profession in disrepute.

All the 32 lawyers will not be allowed to practice law or represent clients nor can they appear in a court of law anywhere in the country without the authority of the Registrar of the High Court.