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  • Police Officer Defiles 12 year old Daughter in Kenya

    Kenyans have condemned  officers of the Isebania police station for detaining  a 12 year old girl who reported a case of rape.

    The girl had gone to the police station  to report, her father, a police officer, who had lured her into his bedroom and defiled her at their home in Nyabohanse town.

    Informed sources disclosed that the officers at the police station had to detain the girl, to cover up evidence of defilement and protect  their colleague from the consequence of his action..

    The girl, a  Standard Five pupil at a private school, recounted how she had approached her father for school fees, but rather than getting the money her father defiled her.

  • 6 Women Appointed Police Commanders in Kenya

    KenyaThe Police in Kenya has appointed six women as County Police Commanders.

    The names of the women were announced on Monday by the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet at a security meeting at Flamingo Hotel in Mombasa.
     

    Dr. Interior CabiThe six female county police commanders are Naomi Ichami (Bomet), Leah Ngutu (Kirinyaga), Catherine Mugwe (Nyamira), Lydia Ligami (Kitui), Beatrice Gachago (Kajiado) and Esther Seroney (Homa Bay)

    In his remarks at the meeting, Inspector General of Police said "We are going to have 46 commanders. We don't have a county commander for Nairobi because the regional commander is the county commander. That has been the tradition over the years".

  • Govt Goes After Opposition in Zimbabwe

    Government agents  in Zimbabwe have launced a manhunt for Opposition MDC-T National Chiarman Morgan Komichi over his refusal to accept the election results declared by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission.

    Four unidentified armed men had visited the Harare residence of Komichi on Sunday night searching for him.

    However, the Police stated that Komichi and the MDC Alliance principal Tendai Biti are wanted.

    Komichi, in a chat with People, confirmed that his life was in danger.

    "I now fear for my life and my family because I left home 10 minutes before the armed men pounded on my wife and children looking for me. Luckily, I had just driven out," Komichi said.