- Detectives are investigating the death of their colleague who consumed an unknown amount suspected to be methylated spirit in a village in Migori.
- Members of the National Assembly are today resuming their normal business after a month-long recess.
Health CS Susan Nakhumicha will officially open the 14th KEMRI Annual Scientific and Health Conference (KASH).
The event will take place at Safari Park Hotel from 8.30 am.
MPs resume normal sittings after long recess.
Members of the National Assembly will reconvene today for regular sessions after a two-month recess.
MPs will in the afternoon first consider and approve the sitting’s calendar as well as membership of the House Business Committee, which usually done at the commencement of every session.
Cop dies after consuming methylated spirit in Migori.
Detectives are investigating the death of their colleague who consumed an unknown amount suspected to be methylated spirit in a village in Migori County.
He fell sick Monday morning after he had swallowed the chemical at his residence.
The cop first complained he had lost his eyesight before the family rushed him to a Dispensary where medics referred him to another hospital in Migori.
He was however pronounced dead on arrival.
Police probe investigation after suspect dies by suicide in police cells
Police and the Independent Policing Oversight Authority are investigating an incident in which a murder suspect was found dead in a cell after a suspected suicide at the Mukurweini police station, Nyeri.
Ben Kamau Maina was detained at the station pending plea taking for the murder of his wife Nancy Muthoni Maina, police said.
The body was moved to the local mortuary pending autopsy.
Court to hear case challenging payment of school fee on e-Citizen.
The High Court will today give directions in a case in which it suspended the circular issued by Education PS Belio Kipsang requiring parents to pay school fees through the e-Citizen platform.
Justice Chacha Mwita gave the order on Wednesday last week following a petition filed against it by a Nakuru-based Dr Magare Gikenyi.
He directed Gikenyi to serve his papers on Treasury CS, Interior CS, Education CS, Kenya Revenue Authority and the Attorney General listed as respondent in the case.
Media briefing on Pastor Benny Hinn's visit from February 24 to 25 will take place at Biblica House State House Road from 11 am.