Kuria Service: News 25th June, 2020
Umubunge wa Sirisia John Waluke ngwitenge’rwa aree ususiko ro reero kogokengerwa ikkina ge kobohwa hamwee na umusurusia Grace Wakhungu mother nyuma yakunyorekana na irisario rekuguria amahindi gichimilioni 297 gochenra yoborongo. Heena ndanyore Waluke akengeywe ikina gekobohwa kegoro yimieri 6 naratabutee igitumbe keyo kebunge na terohoo roono gwiki arimeenra kugutuna igitumbe keree gioswe kiobogambi gokebanra keeno.
Omohobisa we getengo kiobunyukinyuki agamberee iga baratangee esemi yakohaana Clearance Certificates chino chiramanyekaini kamaa iga Certificate of Good Conduct. Gokohetenra komotandao goe go twitter umu DCI oyoo naare agambere iga mbarakonree amang’ana gaayo kogotachenra amaragoo gaano gatorwa hoo na iministri yubwikuni gikugira yoboroi bo COVID 19. Abato 600 mbo baratonre kohabwa ichisatifiketi chiyo kogotangera ichikaaga emwee chikioo kuhika ichikaaga ikumi chiyomogorobaa, na kohekenra boono abato 37,751 mbatomaa amasabii.
A fire broke out a few minutes after 4am today at the Gikomba market in Nairobi’s Kamunkunji area. The fire which was preceded by a loud bang is said to have razed several stalls as smoke was seen bellowing from the market. The area most affected was the cereals and ‘mitumba’ sections of the Gikomba market adjacent to Solidarity Building that houses the Central Organisation of Trade Unions(COTU) offices. Kenya Power and Lighting Company said on its Twitter Handle that they had disconnected power supply to the Gikomba to prevent an increase in the intensity of the fire.