Residents of Kimoso village in Baringo Central subcounty have raised the alarm over a stray hyena which killed six sheep and seven goats on Friday night.
~ The Star
Residents of Leleshwa village in Laikipia county were left in disbelief as they helplessly watched a rogue hyena tearing apart a 17-year-old boy to death.
Bernard Ngure and his wife Magrete Wambui sustained the injuries while struggling to save their son from the jaws of the beasts that stormed their home on the morning of Monday, February 4.
A 12-year old boy was on Monday morning mauled to death by a hyena in Leleshwa village Ol Moran area, Laikipia County.
"The good news is that we have a strong network of people at all levels, working together to respond to a poisoning incident, saving birds from dying, and creating awareness about the value of vultures for the Masai Mara and beyond."
“I fear my pupils might contract waterborne diseases if they continue drinking and eating food cooked with the dirty water fetched from the muddy pan,” he said.
There are 100,000 macadamia farmers in Embu, Meru, Machakos, Kirinyaga, Kiambu, Taita Taveta, Tharaka Nithi, Baringo, Murang’a and Nyeri.
Police reservist David Domungura and Lonyangapuo said the APs shot at the convoy to block West Pokot leaders from holding the meeting.
In a letter signed by the acting county director of veterinary service Dr Philip Biamah the quarantine will run from February 4 to March 4.
The family lost hope after a two-week search and decided to bury the boy’s right hand in Forest village, Baringo North subcounty, on Saturday.
The oversight agency said SBI International construction company has failed to suppress excessive noise and dust to acceptable standards.
However irrigation has radically changed the face of the county so much that even with high temperatures of 35 degrees Celsius on average this February, there are fields of green crops, which are almost ready for harvesting.
Spanish police said on Tuesday they had seized more than 200 stuffed endangered animals, including giraffes, rhino, lions and tigers, from an illegal taxidermy workshop that was selling them online.
One person has been killed and several houses set ablaze in clashes between two families in Makoka village, Bumototo parish in Bunghokho -Mutoto Sub-county in Mbale District.
The latest attacks underline the threat to civilians in the region, with security high on the agenda as Nigerians prepare to elect a new president and parliament on February 16.
“On Wednesday night, the colony of elephants invaded my mangoes and banana farm and destroyed the fence and everything else,” resident William Chepkeitany told the Star today on Thursday.
Police had received information that there were sheep spotted in the forest at Old Idutywa Village, Dutywa.
The duo will undergo mental tests before being charged on Valentine’s Day, with murdering the Standard 7 pupil of Ndatani primary school.
“We spent the night in the cold before Good Samaritans rescued us and gave us food on Thursday morning,” said one of the children.
Three years after terror attacks forced Lamu residents to flee to safety in camps, many IDPs have refused to return home.
JINJA- Irate residents of Busige Village, Busedde Sub-county in Jinja District have burnt two vehicles belonging to a man who reportedly knocked their colleague dead.