In our ongoing focus on mental health, Joy Kirigia focuses on the triggers of mental health in the second episode of “I Am Not Okay”.
Watch the second episode of ‘I am Not Okay’ here.
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By Michael Onsando — 3 years ago
Three armed gangsters were gunned down by police Friday morning in Westlands, Nairobi. One pistol, four rounds of ammunition, and a Kenyan national identification card were found at the scene.
Few hours earlier, the trio had robbed a civilian at James Gichuru road and was on the run with the police hot on their tail.
In a white Toyota fielder, they sped off along Waiyaki Way but rammed into an oncoming canter near Westlands round about bringing the trail to an end.
Thereafter, a fierce gun battle ensued near Barclays bank between them on one hand, and police and civilian gun license holders on the other. One such civilian was Harish Rabadia who first came into the limelight in 2013 after saving lives during the Westgate Mall terror attack.
Contrary to Kenyan media reports, the gangsters had not attempted to rob the bank.
Gigiri OCPD Vitalis Otieno said Police were in pursuit of an accomplice who escaped on foot.
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In an earlier piece where Institute of Economic Affairs CEO Kwame Owino breaks down Kenya’s debt as if he was explaining it to a teenager, he notes that for every 100 shillings held by Kenyans, 60 shillings go towards servicing debt. The question, then, becomes, can the country survive on the remaining 40 shillings? Read MorePost Views: 250
By John-Allan Namu — 3 years ago
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GADO: “I don’t know!” (Chuckles) “ I was blank!”
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