Emergency

POLITICAL DEATHS & VIOLENCE

April 2, 2017
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The worst thing that we always do is to bury our heads in the sand. Sometimes it’s good to learn from the past. During 2007/2008 Post Election Violence, Many people across the country lost their lives because of politics. On Sunday (26th March 2017) one person lost his life when two groups clashed. A...

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SAD CHRISTMAS FOR RESIDENTS OF MATHARE

December 28, 2016
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SAD CHRISTMAS FOR RESIDENTS OF MATHARE

      Indeed it was a sad festive mood for the people of Mathare Constituency “MASHIMONI area” in Mabatini Ward. More than five hundred (500) houses were brought down by fire which is said to have been caused by explosion of a cooking gas. Many people lost their properties as some are said...

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PATIENTS RUN FROM MATHARI MENTAL HOSPITAL

December 5, 2016
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PATIENTS RUN FROM MATHARI MENTAL HOSPITAL

    More than 100 patients had to escape from Mathari Mental Hospital in Mathare Constituency Nairobi County. The patients took advantage of the doctors and Nurses nationwide strike which began today. Both doctors and nurses working in government hospitals are demanding for salary increment. And so we ask: How can a solution to...

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COLLAPSED BUILDING IN HURUMA NGEI WARD

April 30, 2016
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COLLAPSED BUILDING IN HURUMA NGEI WARD

  A six storey building collapsed yesterday night in Huruma Ngei ward Mathare Constituency near Meta meta Bar and Restaurant at around 9:45PM.The building which was constructed near the Mathare River is believed to have caved in due to heavy rains. So far 7 people have been confirmed dead while hundreds have been hospitalized....

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WATER DEMONSTRATION ALONG JUJA ROAD MATHARE

December 21, 2015
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WATER DEMONSTRATION ALONG JUJA ROAD MATHARE

Today morning (21-12-2015), residence of Mathare constituency in Mabatini Ward. Areas of Mashimoni and Thayu held demonstration along Juja Road the reason behind the demonstration was water shortage for the past one month. “Tumekuja kwa barabara kutetea haki yetu kwa sababu county government especially Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company wame-disconnect maji mpaka kuoga, kufua...

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MATHARE DEMOLITION

August 21, 2015
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MATHARE DEMOLITION

The photos you are seeing were taken during the demolition of houses and structures along Juja road On Thursday 20th August 2015 at around 8AM, residence of MATHARE CONSTITUENCY in Mathare area 3C MABATINI WARD along Juja Road opposite Moi Air Base woke up with shock after the business stall and house were brought...

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KIAMAIKO AGAIN

May 16, 2014
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KIAMAIKO AGAIN

Kiamaiko is known by many to host many refugees from Ethiopia and Somali both registered and unregistered. On the other hand a day will not end without seeing Lorries flocking in from different parts of the country carrying goats and sheep that are to be slaughtered. Kiamaiko is said to be the biggest goat/sheep...

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The Traffic Jam

December 4, 2013
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THE TRAFFFIC JAM. People will find it so good to reach to their place of work,at home or daily duties in time, but traffic jam has become a problem and this has seen many people loss opportunities like jobs, flights, ceremonies or good deals Traffic jam in major cities of Kenya that is Nairobi,...

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Mathare,Nigeria Village

July 17, 2013
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Mathare,Nigeria Village

Situation is getting back to normal with business going and vehicles are back to the road after ,the police engaged the residents of Mathare, Nigeria village in an attacks as they were raiding the drug den. The residents did not take it lightly and stated engaging themselves in a fight with the police officers...

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DEMOCRACY DEFILATION

April 4, 2013
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DEMOCRACY DEFILATION

After a disappointing ruling by the Supreme Court to the majoritarian, this triggered peace where tension and chaos were witnessed in most parts of the country especially Nairobi the capital city mostly the hotspots like Mathare, Kibra,Ruaraka, Embakasi North and Kasarani constituencies. As soon as the chief Justice announced that the presidential petition was...

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