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Harun Kongo charged with improper use of licensed telecommunication system for expressing love to Eunice Mwangi

Harun Mbafu Kongo was charged with improper use of licensed telecommunication system for expression his affections to Eunice Gacambi Mwangi. Before being charged Harun worked as a herds-boy and and gardener for Eunice’s home in Githiga, Githunguri, Kiambu County. Eunice is widowed and has three children, the older being in University while the youngest is in class two. Harun recounts ...

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Anthony Njoroge Mburu alias Waime Mburu charged for publishing false statement on Facebook

Anthony Njoroge Mburu alias Waime Mburu, who commentates on Kiambu County politics was charged in a Mombasa court on Thursday with publishing false information. He allegedly accused Kiambu Governor William Kabogo of importing substandard eggs in a Facebook post     Waimbe Mburu was charged with three counts of harmful publication contrary to section 66(1) of the Penal code. According to the ...

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Eddy Reuben Illah charged with misuse of licensed telecommunication system

Eddy Reuben Illah was yesterday charged in a Kiambu court with posting on social media pictures allegedly showing the bodies of Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) soldiers who were attacked and killed in Friday’s attack by Al-Shabaab militants in El-Adde, Somalia. He was accused that on January 16, 2016 at an unknown place within Kenya, he distributed pictures allegedly showing dead KDF soldiers ...

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Social media vigilance may have averted an injustice by Pastor James Ng’ang’a

By Davis Mwandawiro The past two weeks has seen chain of twisted events over the controversial fatal accident involving popular televangelist Pastor James Ng’ang’a that robbed Mercy Njeri her life on July 26th at Limuru along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway.  Social media has been instrumental in highlighting the case and emphasizing on the possible miscarriage of justice. It has been alleged ...

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Moses Kuria incites his constituents to violence

Moses Kuria

From his days as a Jubilee strategist, Moses Kuria’s rise to notoriety is a matter of public knowledge. He was in and out of court last year, charged with incitement to violence, hate speech and fanning ethnic hatred through comments on his social media accounts. Things got to a head when the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and National Cohesion ...

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