As Friday, September 20 approaches homestretch,TUKO.co.ke has compiled top trending photos from stories that captured the attention of our readers in and outside the country
1. Cohen’s widow Sarah Wairimu excluded from will
Sarah Wairimu has been excluded from the will written by her deceased husband Tob Cohen. According to the will opened in the office of Lawyer Chege Kirundi, the property will be shared among his sister and her children as well as his brother’s children.
Sarah’s Lawyer Philip Murgor has vowed to go to court to challenge the will.
2. Pastor Ng’ang’a fined KSh 1m for displaying woman’s breasts on live TV
The Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) has slapped controversial Neno Evangelism preacher James Ng’ang’a with a KSh 1 million fine for displaying a woman’s breasts on a live TV programme he was hosting.
The authority accused the city pastor of airing indecent content during the watershed period time between 5am to 10pm where media companies are not allowed to air adult content.
3. Netizens mock McDonald Mariga for holding Kibra campaign rally in Lang’ata constituency
Jubilee candidate in Kibra by-election McDonald Mariga has become an online sensation for carrying out campaigns outside Kibra constituency
On Thursday, September 19, he took his campaigns to Nyayo National Stadium which is located in Lang’ata constituency.
4. Inspekta Mwala’s actor Davis Mwambili fined KSh 30k after causing accident that claimed one life
Davis Mwabili, popularly known as Inspekta Mwala, was on Thursday, September 19, found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving by a Mariakani court.
Mariakani senior principal magistrate Nelly C. Adalo sentenced the comedian to one year in jail or pay KSh 30,000 fine.
5. Governor Waititu to get back KSh 15M paid as bail in exchange for surety
In a written application to the court which was agreed to by the prosecutor, Waititu cited financial constraints and he needed to use the money to meet his daily financial obligations
6. Senates minority leader Junet Mohamed wants increased fire incidents in Kibra investigated
Suna East Member of Parliament has asked the government to move with speed and investigate the increased fire incidents in Kibra since a by election window was occasioned by the passing of MP Ken Okoth.
7. COTU boss Francis Atwoli hails Raila Odinga as an excellent organiser
The vocal trade unionist said no one can match Raila’s ability to plan, lobby and woo masses in the right direction, socially and politically.
8. Governors want voting be made compulsory for all Kenyans who attain 18 years and above
The Council of Governors has come up with radical proposals to change the Constitution under a campaign dubbed Ugatuzi Initiative.
Among other key areas that the governors want changed include restructuring of the governance system which seeks to bring back the prime minister position with the aim of strengthening devolution and make voting a compulsory exercise for all Kenyans above 18 years.
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