Thursday, 14 May 2015


  A youth group in Kisumu has lauded President Uhuru Kenyatta for the recently launched project in Nyalenda a notorious a sprawling estate in the lakeside city of Kisumu under a programme dubbed youth empowerment and slum upgrading.

Addressing press in Kisumu town this morning the Youth group, Change In  A life commonly referred to as CHINA  challenged other top political leaders to take a cue from the head of state in ensuring that youth are empowered.

CHINE  secretary Mr. Salim Ombima Aka Boy lamented that the opposition has a tendency of putting the country into a campaign mood instead of paying attention to the development and peace.

Through the Nyalenda project approximately 4,000 youths from the informal settlement will be engaged in clean-ups and construction of toilets, medical clinics and police posts.

Mr. Ombina noted that the move has boosted regional in terms of economy and called on the president to consider making numerous tours in the region.

Mr. Ombina at the samer time thanked the locals for the rousing welcome offered to the head of state saying it was a sign of total maturity from the voters.

The president said the upgrading of Nyalenda slum paves the way for the improvement of the remaining three informal settlements of Manyatta, Obunga and Nyawita in Kisumu County.

Wednesday, 13 May 2015


 The National Speaker Justin Muturi is under more fire following accusations from a section of women Mps of harassment at a time he’s exposed to the wrath of Kenyans following a suggestion that Women rep posts be scrapped.

Speaking in Kisumu at different events Kisumu County Women Rep Rose Nyamunga said snatching them the positions would a mount to declaring war against the female gender and by extension girl child.

Nyamunga noted that their presence in the parliament has created a positive impact on the girl child as opposed to before when the girl child received less attention from political leadership mostly dominated by male.
She cited an example of Uwezo Fund and table banking which have been largely championed by the women representatives to help women and youth groups in the counties.

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‘’We have been active in parliament and it’s very clear that we have introduced numerous bills and motions that touch on the lives of women in the rural area’’ she added.

Mrs. Nyamunga revealed that the Speaker has on several attempts thwarted their move to contribute in the August house and would always demand that they bow down to him in a King like manner before they are given a chance to talk.


Operations at Monarch Insurance Company Kisumu branch was almost brought to a stand still when a prominent businessman furiously stormed the premises in protest of what he termed as calculated delay in paying his claims.
Mr. Anthony Kamau Njoroge, a real estate agent with Maran holding Ltd, while addressing journalists after the ugly incident said the company has remained dodgy in paying his claims one year down the line after the time of accident.
The according to investigations report certified by the Insurance claims Manager and which is in our possession the accident occurred on 25th November 2014 along Londiani- Muhoroni road at Kiprichat area.
Njoroge at similarly according the regional branch manager of being rude to him on his several attempts to recover the vehicle adding that prior to the drama the said branch manager had told him ‘’to go slow if I wanted my claims to go through’’.
However when contacted for her comments, Monarch Insurance Company regional manager Mrs. Vivian Njenga in a counter accusation said Njoroge ‘’ was only impatient to wait for his turn as we have many clients in our wait list’’.
Mrs. Njenga at the same time accused Njoroge of over blowing the issue as she made a local arrangement with him to access the claims despite the fact that he has defaulted in premium payment in two consecutive years.
‘’I made him qualify as a good friend of mine despite the fact that he has not paid premium for two years in row and he should know that instead of going round badmouthing me’’, said Mrs. Njenga while speaking in her office along Oginga Odinga street.

Our investigations have however revealed that a number the company which has sweet talking agents have remained dodgy in paying claims and this was confirmed when the branch manager bluntly told the writer that they have no specific payment period.