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Monday, 27 July 2015

HOMA-BAY MAJORITY LEADER NAME CLEARS IN LOVE DRAMA

BY JARED OPIYO
 
LOVE drama that saw a sexy Homa-Bay nominated MCA admitted at the Agakhan hospital with serious injuries following a dog’s beating by her husband has taken a new twist after the husband came out clearing the name of majority leader Michael Ooro as the one he caught red-handed with the wife.


Mr. Ooro found himself into the ugly mix after he responded to the woman's distress call and facilitated her transportation to the hospital by virtue of being the majority leader.

''I was called to the scene and after casual assessment  of the magnitude of her injuries volunteered sh. 10, 000 for her transportation to the hospital'', said the majority leader.

He accused regional politicians including Sammy Wakiaga of working round the clock that he remains political doomed a head of 2017 even as he aims for higher position.

The husband Mr Enock Okoth Oliewo was reluctant to reveal the identity of the man that made him beat his wife to near death but was quick to admit that the matter was working against his political ambitions.

Oliewo who lost Kaksingri seat to the current Homa-Bay deputy speaker, while speaking at the Agakhan hospital while he had gone to visit his victim downplayed things saying that the ‘’incident was a normal domestic affair which was however exaggerated by political rivals’’.

‘’As much as I beaten my wife to this degree I don’t think the matter should have attracted the attention of the media and let me reveal to you that I am not finding it easy as voters keep calling me to clear the air over the matter’’, he lamented to this writer.

He said the damage was so fatal that their daughter who is in form four is being ridiculed by other students.

The nominated MCA Beatrice Akoth is currently admitted at the Agakhan hospital Kisumu Surgical ward bed 5 and confirmed to journalists that she was responding positively to traetement.

She was initially rushed to St.Paul’s hospital in Homa Bay after the husband reportedly found her red-handed with another randy MCA whose identity is now being investigated by the Weekly Citizen Newspaper.

The fury husband has according to sources privy to the drama has made several apologies to the woman and has remained by her bed side for the last few days possibly to put damage control on the family’s political life.
 
 

Despite the fact that the husband has since denied being arrested by police over the incident, multiple sources including senior police officers at Homa-Bay police station have made a confirmation that he was indeed arrested and locked at the polices station after some of the victims relatives reported the matter to the police.

HOMABAY MAJORITY LEADER NAME CLEARS IN LOVE DRAMA

BY JARED OPIYO

LOVE drama that saw a sexy Homa-Bay nominated MCA admitted at the Agakhan hospital with serious injuries following a dog’s beating by her husband has taken a new twist after the husband came out clearing the name of majority leader Michael Ooro as the one he caught red-handed with the wife.

Mr. Ooro  found himself into  the ugly mix after he offered to transport the fatally injured MCA  to hospital by virtue of being a majority leader.

The husband Mr Enock Okoth Oliewo was reluctant to reveal the identity of the man that made him beat his wife to near death but was quick to admit that the matter was working against his political ambitions.

Oliewo who lost Kaksingri seat to the current Homa-Bay deputy speaker, while speaking at the Agakhan hospital while he had gone to visit his victim downplayed things saying that the ‘’incident was a normal domestic affair which was however exaggerated by political rivals’’.

‘’As much as I beaten my wife to this degree I don’t think the matter should have attracted the attention of the media and let me reveal to you that I am not finding it easy as voters keep calling me to clear the air over the matter’’, he lamented to this writer.

He said the damage was so fatal that their daughter who is in form four is being ridiculed by other students.

The nominated MCA Beatrice Akoth is currently admitted at the Agakhan hospital Kisumu Surgical ward bed 5 and confirmed to journalists that she was responding positively to treatment.

She was initially rushed to St.Paul’s hospital in Homa Bay after the husband reportedly found her red-handed with another randy MCA whose identity is now being investigated by the Weekly Citizen Newspaper.

The fury husband has according to sources privy to the drama has made several apologies to the woman and has remained by her bed side for the last few days possibly to put damage control on the family’s political life.

Even has the husband denies that he was not arrested by the police following the matter investigations by the Weekly Citizen reveals that he was locked at the Homabay police after the relatives of the woman reported the matter.

The fact that the woman involved in an accident was stage-managed for the purposes that she enjoyed insurance medical cover as opposed to domestic violence which is not covered.

When contacted, the majority leader said he was a man of God who would not wish to break other people’s families.


LOVE drama that saw a sexy Homa-Bay nominated MCA admitted at the Agakhan hospital with serious injuries following a dog’s beating by her husband has taken a new twist after the husband came out clearing the name of majority leader Michael Ooro as the one he caught red-handed with the wife.

Mr. Ooro  found himself into  the ugly mix after he offered to transport the fatally injured MCA  to hospital by virtue of being a majority leader.

The husband Mr Enock Okoth Oliewo was reluctant to reveal the identity of the man that made him beat his wife to near death but was quick to admit that the matter was working against his political ambitions.

Oliewo who lost Kaksingri seat to the current Homa-Bay deputy speaker, while speaking at the Agakhan hospital while he had gone to visit his victim downplayed things saying that the ‘’incident was a normal domestic affair which was however exaggerated by political rivals’’.

‘’As much as I beaten my wife to this degree I don’t think the matter should have attracted the attention of the media and let me reveal to you that I am not finding it easy as voters keep calling me to clear the air over the matter’’, he lamented to this writer.

He said the damage was so fatal that their daughter who is in form four is being ridiculed by other students.

The nominated MCA Beatrice Akoth is currently admitted at the Agakhan hospital Kisumu Surgical ward bed 5 and confirmed to journalists that she was responding positively to treatment.

She was initially rushed to St.Paul’s hospital in Homa Bay after the husband reportedly found her red-handed with another randy MCA whose identity is now being investigated by the Weekly Citizen Newspaper.

The fury husband has according to sources privy to the drama has made several apologies to the woman and has remained by her bed side for the last few days possibly to put damage control on the family’s political life.

Even has the husband denies that he was not arrested by the police following the matter investigations by the Weekly Citizen reveals that he was locked at the Homabay police after the relatives of the woman reported the matter.

The fact that the woman involved in an accident was stage-managed for the purposes that she enjoyed insurance medical cover as opposed to domestic violence which is not covered.

When contacted, the majority leader said he was a man of God who would not wish to break other people’s families.


LOVE drama that saw a sexy Homa-Bay nominated MCA admitted at the Agakhan hospital with serious injuries following a dog’s beating by her husband has taken a new twist after the husband came out clearing the name of majority leader Michael Ooro as the one he caught red-handed with the wife.

Mr. Ooro  found himself into  the ugly mix after he offered to transport the fatally injured MCA  to hospital by virtue of being a majority leader.

The husband Mr Enock Okoth Oliewo was reluctant to reveal the identity of the man that made him beat his wife to near death but was quick to admit that the matter was working against his political ambitions.

Oliewo who lost Kaksingri seat to the current Homa-Bay deputy speaker, while speaking at the Agakhan hospital while he had gone to visit his victim downplayed things saying that the ‘’incident was a normal domestic affair which was however exaggerated by political rivals’’.

‘’As much as I beaten my wife to this degree I don’t think the matter should have attracted the attention of the media and let me reveal to you that I am not finding it easy as voters keep calling me to clear the air over the matter’’, he lamented to this writer.

He said the damage was so fatal that their daughter who is in form four is being ridiculed by other students.

The nominated MCA Beatrice Akoth is currently admitted at the Agakhan hospital Kisumu Surgical ward bed 5 and confirmed to journalists that she was responding positively to treatment.

She was initially rushed to St.Paul’s hospital in Homa Bay after the husband reportedly found her red-handed with another randy MCA whose identity is now being investigated by the Weekly Citizen Newspaper.

The fury husband has according to sources privy to the drama has made several apologies to the woman and has remained by her bed side for the last few days possibly to put damage control on the family’s political life.

Even has the husband denies that he was not arrested by the police following the matter investigations by the Weekly Citizen reveals that he was locked at the Homabay police after the relatives of the woman reported the matter and was confirmed by regional OCPD Francis Kumut.

The fact that the woman involved in an accident was stage-managed for the purposes that she enjoyed insurance medical cover as opposed to domestic violence which is not covered.

When contacted, the majority leader said he was a man of God who would not wish to break other people’s families.


Wednesday, 8 July 2015

KISUMU POLICE IN TROUBLE OVER PROPERTY DESTRUCTION AT A LOCAL PUB



BY OUR CORRESPONDENT
A BAR owner in Kisumu has threatened to move to court after local police allegedly stormed his premises clobbered staff and forcefully broke into rooms breaking doors and windows  against presidential order that property not be destroyed in the current down on illicit drinks.

The club owner Edward Onyango aka Bob said the officers at the same time took away approved alcohol to the police station but returned only half of it after he intervened.

The ugly incident comes just a day after Kisumu DC during a meeting with security agents and officials from the KRA warned that property should not be destroyed in the crackdown.

‘’They even confiscated valid drinks from EABL, KWAL,SIERRA among others of which none was in the list of second generation suspended  products as posted by KEBS last Friday’’ posed Bob.

The regional DC Erastus Ekidor while briefing the press after the high level meeting warned that no property should be destroyed adding the operation was to be carried out under the law.

According to eye witnesses the police officers in a convoy of six vehicles stormed the place before they started clobbering staff and clients while other visitors who had booked themselves in the place had to scamper for after the officers forced them out of the rooms.

Efforts by the management to produce documents proving that the products were genuine bore no fruits as the officers quickly pack the products and left in a huff.

Later there was drama at the police station after the club owner and police engaged in a heated debate on cash bail terms.

‘They were demanding sh.7000 to work on a cash bail for the five of my staff to released on another sh. 20,000 something I out rightly declined’’ Bob added.





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