Monday, 24 September 2018

I don't deserve to be treated this way,Okoth obado camplains in police cells,Here is the condition he is living in

I don't deserve to be treated this way,Okoth obado camplains in police cells,Here is the condition he is living in

The high profile murder of Sharon, Main suspect has cried because of the poor living conditions in prison.Governor okoth obado has complained after he was forced to live in the following conditions.
He slept on the floor with no mattress, ate what the rest of the remandees ate and took a shower at the cells’ bathrooms. 
Mr Obado and the other inmates took tea and three slices of bread and had a meal of rice, beans and cabbages for lunch.
Mr obado just like other murder suspects was forced to use the cells Bucket to relief himself both for shot and long call .
This has angered the governor who says he should be treated better than other inmates.
He is used to high Life and this treatment has baffled even his closest political friends who organized demonstrations yesterday insisting he must be released.


Governor okoth obado will know his fate tomorrow.High court will rule if he will be released or not.

Friday, 21 September 2018

Another brutal murder case:10 photos of Monica kimani Who Was slaughtered and Dumped in her bathtub

Another brutal murder case:10 photos of Monica kimani Who Was slaughtered and Dumped in her bathtub

Monica Kimani found slaughtered and body dumped in a bathtub in her house at Luciane apartments off Denis Pritt in Kilimani, Nairobi; Police say body of Monica Kimani was discovered by her brother.
The killer(s) slit her throat open dumped the body in bathtub left the water running.
May God comfort her friends and family.
According to her father she does not know why anybody could kill her daughter who was very hardworking.
A friend by the name Joseph sent out the following message.

"Today I go to bed a devastated man, my friend Monica kimani was murdered infact butchered in her apartment in kilimani...... what a beautiful soul lost, what a hard worker, a friend, an entrepreneur, whoever did this will never know peace......
Fly with the angels Monica, rest in peace, this is too painful."

The Damning Evidence which placed obado in scene of murder and loud mouth Taxi driver Who spilled the beans

The Damning Evidence which placed obado in scene of murder and loud mouth Taxi driver Who spilled the beans

Governor okoth obado is walking in a tight Rope,A damning evidence has placed him In the scene of the murder
Okoth obado will be on Monday arraigned in court to answer charges of murder.
Okoth obado according to investigators Is the main suspect, after if emerged that he was the father of Sharon otieno unborn baby.
Text messages And also calls between Sharon and the governor are also said to be part of the evidence.

Also a mistake by governor obado aide casbel obiero places governor okoth obado in the center of the murder.
The aide used governor obado wife car to carry Sharon to her murder place at kodero forest.
The p.a hired a taxi driver to drive them to kodero forest,the driver is Jack  Gombe,Jack was not told that he would be involved in the commission of a crime.
He had no idea that they would abduct and later kill Sharon Otieno.
Jack now has become a key witness and has agreed to testify against the governor and his aide for a lesser sentence which will carry less than 10 years.
His phone location also shows that he was at kodero forest the night of the murder.
His location settings was also on.
Investigators simply traced his movements and asked him one question: what was your phone doing in Kodera Forest?
With Jack confessing and placing the governor a scene of murder he has no where to hide.

Nairobian: Details about Governor Okoth obado Illicit love affair with Wife Sister

Nairobian: Details about Governor Okoth obado Illicit love affair with Wife Sister

Governor okoth obado love life seems to be getting interesting as each day pass.
After the much hyped Sharon murder new details about the Governors infidelity has been revealed by the Nairobian, A popular Nairobi news paper.
According to the news paper okoth obado had an affair with obado wife real blood sister.
The secret affair involved obado and hellen obado sister by the name Rhoda odie nyakwaka.
She is okoth Obado wife step Sister , They have same father but different mothers.
Hellen obado father inherited Rhoda mother and through the Rhoda was born.
It is understood that okoth obado Appointed Rhoda for a job in Migori county government and even build her a house.
When obado wife learnt about the affair she went bonkers and depressed.
She became very mad according to reports.
A member of kadika clan where hellen Comes from confided that the affair started since okoth obado first Term in office.
Okoth obado also impregnated Rhoda according to the informant but procured abortion when she was 5 months pregnant.
With all this information, it seems okoth obado love life is no longer a secret.

The questionable think Sharon Did in Tanzania before her brutal murder

The questionable think Sharon Did in Tanzania before her brutal murder

Sharon otieno story seems that it will not go away anytime soon.
Sharon was brutally murdered few weeks ago together with her 7 month old foetus.
Her mother Melinda Auma has finally spoken about the days before the murder and how Sharon escaped to Tanzania to avoid being killed.

“Sharon woke up one morning and told me she wanted to go to Tanzania because she was no longer safe in Kenya. She didn't tell me who was threatening her life," explained Auma.
"She travelled to Mwanza by road. While there, she switched off her phones to prevent anyone from reaching her," she exclaimed.

Melinda Auma also said that Sharon had been constantly changing numbers before her death.

She maintained that it was questionable for her daughter to hide in Tanzania and change her number because they didn't imagine that they could go ahead and kill her.

Sharon otieno mother also said that she is praying day and night hoping that police Catch the real killers.

Thursday, 20 September 2018

Here is how the tax Bill passed will directly affect kenyans

Here is how the tax Bill passed will directly affect kenyans

check out a range of taxes introduced by Uhuru. What worries many is that the same taxes will be looted by Uhuru’s friends just like they have done in NYS, Ministry of Health, Kenya Power, Kenya Pipeline corporation etc etc
1. Poor families will feel the brunt of the new tax measures after the President proposed to charge importers Sh18 for every litre of kerosene, a revision from an earlier proposal by Treasury that stood at Sh10 per litre. Cries in the rural areas as Uhuru increases the tax on kerosene, making cooking and lighting for millions of poor rural folk an expensive affair.
2. Definition of betting winnings to include the full payment without subtracting the expenses of the winner. Winnings to be taxed at 20%
3. Reduction of petroleum VAT from 16% to 8% and its implementation date changed from September 2020 to September 2018. Calculation of VAT not to include excise duty, fees and other charges.
4. Motor Vehicle Excise Duty of between 20% and 30%
5. Sugar confectioneries including white chocolate at Sh 20 per kg. Sweets, chewing gums, juices and chocolates and other confectionaries will be slapped with an excise duty of Sh20 per kilo. MPs had proposed to do away with this levy in the Finance Bill, 2018.
6. Telephone and internet data services excise duty at 15% of excisable value (up from current 10%). Internet bundles will now be hit with an excise tax of 20 per cent. Time spent on Facebook, Whatsapp or Twitter will be more precious, as tax changes will see the cost of Internet bundles go up.
7. Money transfer services fees Excise duty at 20% of excisable value (up from current 10%);Sending money via mobile money transfer service (MPESA/AIRTEL MONEY etc) will be more expensive. Uhuru proposes a hefty 15 per cent excise duty up from 10 per cent. It will also be painful withdrawing cash from an ATM, transferring money from your bank account into your mobile money wallet or just depositing a banker’s cheque for your child’s school fees after the Government proposed doubling taxes on all bank as well as mobile money transactions.
8. Other fees charged by financial institutions Excise duty at 20% of excisable value (up from current 10%)
9. Reduction of lotteries, betting and gaming taxes from 35% to 15%
10. Housing Development Fund tax to be paid by the employee at 1.5% and employer at 1.5% of the monthly basic salary. Penalty of 5% for employer who fail to submit the contributions. Employers will be required to match their employees’ contributions by also contributing 1.5 per cent to the new kitty.

Via kenya today

List of MPs who rejected Uhuru,Raila and Kalonzo directive and voted Against the tax bill

List of MPs who rejected Uhuru,Raila and Kalonzo directive and voted Against the tax bill

Uhuru Kenyatta had urged members of jubilee party to vote for the tax bill.
Raila and Kalonzo also directed members of wipe and ODM to vote against the tax bill.
But mps today shocked the nation By rejecting the proposals by Uhuru Kenyatta.
Here is a list of mps who rejected the tax bill.
1.Hon Anthony Oluoch
2.Hon Osotsi
3.Hon Njagagua
4.Hon Nelson
5. Hon Hassan Banissa
6.Hon Mohamed Lagdera
7.Hon Beatrice Adagala
8.Hon Ahmed
9.Hon Abdi
10.Hon Chris Wamalwa
11.Hon Christopher Nakuleu
12.Hon Olago Aluoch
13.Hon Owen Baya
14.Hon Geoffrey Omuse
15. Hon Onyonka
16.Hon Elisha Odhiambo
17.Hon Flo Mutua
18. Hon Martha Wangari
19.Hon Paul Abuor
20. Hon Ernest Kivai
21. Hon Amollo
22. Hon Mathias Robi
23. Hon Cate Waruguru
24. Hon Fatuma Gedi
25. Hon Jaguar
26. Hon Dominic Kipkoech
27. Hon Charles Nguna (CNN)
28. Hon Ezekiel Machogu
29. Hon Kanchory Memusi
30. Hon Ahmed Kolosh
31. Hon Robert Mbui
32. Hon Wanga
33. Hon Kathuri
34. Hon Kingi
35. Hon Mejja Donk
36. Hon Rashid Amin
37. Hon Nelson Koech
38. Hon Caleb Amisi
39. Hon Joshua Kimilu
40. Hon James Koyoo
41. Hon Didmus Barasa
42. Hon Vincent Kemosi
42. Hon Samuel Arama
43. Hon Serem Cornelly
44. Hon Wiberforce Ojiambo
45. Hon Sylvance Osoro
46. Hon Patrick Munene
47. Hon Rehema Dida
48. Hon Faith Gitau
49. Hon Daniel Tuitoek
50. Hon Jayne Kihara
51. Hon Dr Pukose
52. Hon Dr. Pamela ODHIAMBO
53. Hon James Gichuhi
54. Hon Epuyo Nanok
55. Hon. Adan Haji Yussuf
56. Hon. Joshua
57. Hon Alfred Keter
58. Hon. Sossion
59. Hon Mbogo
60. Hon Maore RM
61. Hon justus kizito
62. Hon Mark Lomunokol
63. Hon Aladwa
64. Hon Marwa Maisori
65. Hon Bashir
66. Hon Jonah Mburu
67. Hon Brighton Get in
68. Hon Odege
69. Hon Paul Nzegu
70. Hon Nimrod Mbai
71. Hon Wamuchomba
72. Hon Dan Mwashako
73. Hon Charity Chepkwony
74. Hon Paul Mwirigi
75. Hon Jared Okello
76. Hon Jones Mlolwa
77. Hon Kubai Iringo
78. Hon Ken Okoth
79. Hon Wilson Kogo
80. Hon Nzambia
81. Hon Mule
82. Hon Joshua Kandie
83. Hon Millie Mabona
84. Hon Mishi Mboko
85. Hon Charles Kilonzo
86. Hon Joshua Kutuny
87. Hon Gideon Koskei
88. Hon Amina Gedow
89. Hon Wangari Mwaniki
90. Hon Joash Nyamoko
91. Hon Abdi Salan
92. Hon Janet Ongera
93. Hon Kipsengeret Koros
94. Hon Gideon Mulyungi
95. Hon Johana Ngeno
96. Hon Ken Aramat
97. Hon Hassan Hulufo
98.Hon George Theuri
99.Hon Tindi Mwale
100.Hon Kuria Kimani
101.Hon Fred Ouda
102.Hon Daniel Rono
103.Hon Sophia Abdi
104. Hon Alice Wahome
105. Hon Omar Mohamed
106. Hon Ahmed Bashane
107. Hon Aisha Jumwa
108.Hon Simba Arati
109 Hon Hillary Kosgei
110. Hon Lomenen
111.Hon Lokiru Ali
112.Hon Dr James Nyikal
113.Hon Sharif Ali
114.Hon Mary Wamaua
115.Hon Rosa Buyu
116.Hon Silas Tiren
117.Hon Beatrice Nkatha
118. Hon Ben Tayari
119. Hon Jane Njiru
120. Hon Kirima
121. Hon Murugara
122.Hon Sakwa Bunyasi
123. Hon Mutunga Tigania
124. Hon Mercy Gakuya
125. Hon Aden Keynan
126. Hon Irene Kasalu
127. Hon John Kiarie.
128. Hon Dennitah Ghati
129. Hon. Chris Omulele
130. Hon. Jesca Mbalu
131. Hon Maanzo
132. Hon Zulekha
133.Hon Mugambi
134.Hon Vincent Tuwei
135.Hon Seronei
136.HonMoroto
137.Hon Ken Chonga
138. Hon Joyce Korir
139.Hon Patrick Makau
140.Hon Shadrack Mose
141. Hon Gichunge Kabeabea
142. Hon Haika Mizighi
143. Hon Abdikarim
144. Hon. Mark Nyamita
145. Hon. Moitalel Ole Kenta
146. Hon. Nixon Korir
147. Hon. Rehema Namasa
148. Hon. Anab Subow
149. Hon. Edith Nyenze
150. Hon. Joyce Khameme
151. Hon Nasri Sahal Ibrahim
152. Hon Abdi Shurie
153.Hon Mwambu Mabongah
154.Hon prof Zadoc Ogutu
155. Hon. Eng. Kawaya
156. Hon Japheth Mutai
157. Hon Kamoti Mwamkale
158.Hon Charles Were
159. Hon. Ngirici
160. Hon Peter Mwathi
161.Hon Rahim Dawood
162.Hon WalterOwino
163.Hon Catherine Wambilianga
164. Hon. Ferdinand Wanyonyi
165. Hon. Janet Nangabo
166. Hon. Dr. James Murgor
167. Hon. Dr. Ombaka
168. Hon. Peter Masara
169. Hon Elsie Muhanda
170. Hon. Joseph Tonui
171. Hon. Dr. Tum
172. Hon Dr James Murgor
173. Hon Wafula Wamunyinyi
174.Hon Babu Owino
175.Hon Lentoimaga
176. Hon. Muchiri Nyaga
177.Hon Kago Walydia
178. Hon Jude Jomo
179.Hon Gladwell Cheruiyot
180.HonAlex Kosgey
181.Hon Ayub Savula
182.Hon Innocent Obiri
183.Hon Mwanyanje Mbeyu
184.Hon Alpha Miruka
185.Hon Omboko Milemba
186.Hon Mawathe
187.Hon. John Mbadi
188.Hon Kingara
189.Hon Wamacukuru
190.Hon Titus Khamala
191. Hon William Kamket
192.Hon Emanikor
193.Hon Raphael Wanjala
194.Hon Hon Malulu
195.Hon Odanga
196.Hon Enock Kibunguchi
197.Hon Dr Mohamud Sheikh
198.Hon Badi Twalib
199.Hon Kaunya
200.Hon T J Kajwang
201.Hon Abdi Tepo
202.Hon Naicca
203.Hon Kivasu Nzioka
204.Hon John Mutunga
205. Hon David Mboni
206.Hon Sam Atandi
207. Hon. Dr. Lilian Gogo
208. Hon. Dr. Eve Obara
209. Hon. Dr. Gideon Ochanda
210. Hon. Karan
211. Hon. Owino Ndhiwa
212. Hon Qalicha Wario
213. Hon. Kawira
214. Hon. Muchangi
215. Hon. Leku Montare
216. Hon. Ben Momanyi.
217. Hon. Muchira.
218. Hon. Kwenya.
219. Hon. Kiaraho
220. Hon Lochakapong
221. Hon Arbelle Malimo
222. Hon. Mohamed D Duale
223. Hon. Lekumontare
224. Hon. Munene Wambugu
225. Hon. Agoi
226. Hon Christopher Aseka
227. Hon Liz Chelule
228. Hon Boss Sholei
229. Hon Anthony Kiai
230. Hon. Jerusha Momanyi
231. Hon. Jacqueline Oduor
232. Hon. Lilian Tomitom
233. Hon. Ali Wario
234. Hon. Said Hiribae
235. Hon Lemein
236.Hon Shakeel Shabbir
237.Hon Chachu Ganya
238. Hon. Kassim Tandaza
249. Hon. Mawathe
250.Hon florence Bore