Read about new order given to Kenyan hospitals, plus other news

Senator Cleophas Malala’s PA dies in Nakuru accident

Mr Abel Timona Kachu wa’ Sisungo perished in a road accident along the Nakuru highway on Wednesday night, August 25. The accident occurred after a North Rift matatu collided with a lorry at Greenstead along the busy highway. Timona was Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala’s personal assistant and researcher. Six people died in the accident including the driver – Tuko

Hospitals have six days to report new cancer cases

All hospitals in Kenya have six days to start reporting new cancer cases to the National Cancer Institute of Kenya (NCI-Kenya) as the Ministry of Health seeks to collect accurate numbers on the disease. Deaths from the disease have risen to 32,987 every year with newly diagnosed cases standing at 47,887, the Health ministry data shows. Those who fail to report face a fine not exceeding Sh200,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both – Business Daily

Moi grandson DNA tests results revealed

Former President Daniel Arap Moi’s grandson, Collins Kibet Moi, is the biological father to two children sired with a Baringo politician.

DNA test results show that Kibet sired the two children with Gladys Jeruto Tagi. The children were at the centre of contention after the politician sued Kibet for negligence, accusing him of abandoning his fatherly responsibilities – Nation.

Over 100 Pakistanis stranded in Nairobi hotels

More than 100 Pakistani nationals headed for Saudi Arabia have been stranded at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) and various Nairobi hotels for over 14 days. The planes were directed to Nairobi from Dubai, United Arab Emirates from where they had been scheduled to fly to Riyadh. Saudi Arabia placed Pakistani on its red list and enforced travel restrictions over the Asian country – Kenyans

Detectives arrest prison warder pursuing girlfriend with a gun

Police have arrested an armed prison warder who was pursuing his girlfriend for allegedly defrauding him Ksh900,000. The warder had disappeared from duty on Wednesday, August 25, armed with a G3 rifle loaded with 20 rounds of ammunition, on a mission to kill his girlfriend. The rifle was carefully concealed in a sack – Tuko