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June 10, 2012
June 10, 2012
Kenya’s Internal Security ministers Prof George Saitoti and Orwa Ojode on Sunday were killed when a Police chopper crashed in Kibiku area in Ngong forest at 9am on Sunday. Their deaths comes exactly four years after a chopper carrying MPs Kipkalya Kones and Lorna Laboso crashed in Narok. According to an eye witness, the helicopter was seen diving from the sky and full of smoke before crushing and exploding into flames. “The Chopper was filled with smoke before it crashed. I heard two explosions as it went up in flames,” said Rose Kwamboka. More follows
Kenyan Ministers Feared Dead in Plane Crash
Senior Kenya government officials are among the seven people feared dead in a police helicopter crash Sunday morning in the Ngong area on the outskirts of Nairobi.
Initial manifest pointed at a senior cabinet minister and his assitant who were travelling in the ill-fated chopper. Also believed to be in the crash are their bodyguards and the pilot. The helicopter crashed and burst into fierce flames on impact of crash.
The Chopper left early in the morning from Wilson Aiport and was headed towards Ndhiwa in Homabay County before the tragedy occured. The scene is littered badly burned bodies recognition as police officers look shocked. Parts of the wreckage scene including pistols can be seen at the crash scene.
Military police have arrived at the scene as VIPs led AP Comanadant Kinuthia Mbugua, PPO Nairobi Area Kibuchi as staring in shock. There is no survivor in the crash. Piolice are battling with members of the public milling around the scene.
June 9, 2012
Sarah Wenstrup (Mamma Karanja), would hereby like to invite Kenyans and friends to the graduation Party of her son, Roy Njoroge, which will take place on Saturday, 16th June 2012. The Party begins at 15.00 hrs up to 21.00 hrs. The address is Sockerbruksgränd 3 Tanto. Take bus number 43 from Slussen or Söderstation and ride up to the final destination then alight. For further information, get in touch through Tel: 0736258579. Feel most welcome.
June 9, 2012
Finally, Adhiambo Sianda’s step-mother won the battle and succeeded in getting her deported to Kenya on Wednesday last week. For new comers, Adhiambo Sianda is a 23 year-old Kenyan girl who snatched her step-mother’s jungu hubby a few weeks ago before going into hiding after the step-mother vowed to get her deported to Kenya. The relationship between Adhiambo and her step dad led to a bitter split between her step parents.
Strangely, it was the jungu step dad who called KSB to break the news that his ex-wife had succeeded in deporting his new girlfriend. According to the dude, Adhiambo had been hiding in a friend’s house since the crisis began but unfortunately, the offended step mom got wind of Adhiambo’s hide-out and called police to arrest her. The main reason why Adhiambo was deported was because she had overstayed in Sweden.
According to a police officer handling the case, the deportation of Adhiambo Sianda had nothing to do with her romantic problems. “Her visa had expired and, by law, she was no longer welcome in Sweden”, the policeman told KSB. He refused to go into any further details, adding that this was a normal case of deportation which occurs every day.
When asked by KSB how they tracked down Adhiambo, the policeman did admit that they got a tip about Adhiambo’s whereabouts from a contact whom he refused to name. According to Adhiambo’s new jungu hubby, the Immigration police visited the address where Adhiambo was hiding and found her. Three plain-clothed police officers arrived at the apartment at 5 O’clock in the morning and requested everybody who was in the house to identify themselves.
After two occupants (a couple) identified themselves, the police requested to enter the house for a search, arguing that they had information that the person they wanted was in the flat. Although the couple tried to resist, arguing that any police entry into the apartment would be a violation of the couple’s privacy, the police insisted that they had instructions to search the house because there was enough reason to believe that the person they wanted was in the apartment.
Finally, the police got their way into the fourth floor apartment and after a brief search, they found Adhiambo Sianada hiding in the wardrobe. The couple wept openly as Adhiambo, who was resisting arrest, was dragged into a waiting police car before she was driven away.
Adhiambo’s Jungu hubby has vowed to ensure that Adhiambo returns to Sweden “even if it means travelling to Kenya”. The jungu appeared upset with the new development and cursed his ex-wife for being so jealous of Adhiambo to an extent that she could instigate her deportation to Kenya.
In the meantime, the step-mother is reported by agents to be celebrating her “victory”. Her first reaction was that Adhiambo did not deserve to stay in Sweden because she was evil. “A step-daughter who can take over her step-mothers husband is evil”, she is reported to have said. According to agents, the step mom has vowed not to let Adhiambo return to Stockholm, arguing that the “little bitch” has ruined her life.
June 8, 2012
Kenyan Immigration Attache at the Kenyan Embassy in Sweden sleeping on the job together with Ambassador Purity Muhindi. The Officer cannot speak proper English and if you want to prove it, pick up a phone, call the Embassy and request to speak to the “Immigration Attache”. I asked her whether we could have some dialogue and she said there is non at the Embassy. Eti may be, it will come with the diplomatic bag next time! You remember former MP Kariuki Chotara who ordered that “Dialogue” be included in the university menu because since students wanted it along with chapos so that they could stop rioting, it was better to serve the damn dialogue. Minister Andambi must also take responsibility because the New Constitution puts him at the head of the Embassy with Purity playing a ceremonial role and this now puts Andambi on the firing line when things do not work. When did the Embassy last hold an information meeting with Kenyan’s? The answer is “zero” since 2006 when Purity was posted at the Embassy.