Tension is high at the Chepchoina settlement scheme along the West Pokot and Trans Nzoia counties’ border after two houses were torched and properties destroyed at Robinson village by unknown people on Sunday night.
There was drama at Anglican Diocese of Mt Kenya South St. James Cathedral in Kiambu town on Saturday after a woman stormed the church trying to stop a wedding of a man whom she claimed to be her husband.
Divorcees in the country are pushing for constitutional changes to ease separation restrictions and reduction of cases heard. They said the rate at which divorce cases among newly married couples are reported is alarming.
The government is consulting with relevant authorities from Uganda to ensure residents from West Pokot county who had crossed the border in search of pasture and water are registered for huduma number.
Teachers in West Pokot County have threatened to down tools and paralyze learning when schools open if the government will insist on 1.5% levy to fund the affordable Housing project and demanded a review of their salaries.