FORM NI KUREFORM !! MEET ANOTHER ARMED AND DANGEROUS DEAD WALKING CRIMINAL BRIAN KIGONY AFTER AFTER NEGLECTING HESSY WA DANDORA'S WARNING.
Now after the Gunned down criminal from Kayole "Mwani" Here comes the new Walking Dead criminal on Hessy's list; Brayo Kigony
Well we all Know what happens after you have been pinned or flagged as a virus that harms and kills innocent people in the community, Don't We??
Ealier Yesterday and mid today Brian Kigonyda a boda boda operator in Dandora and Maili-Saba area was Flagged as an armed suspect and a notorious criminal by Hessy wa Dandora. But Kigony's Baby face Inflicted alot of members from hessy's group to think that he was just a young kid with very small fat cheeks... But the mixed reactions changed after it was reported that Kigony and his associates shot one of their fellow member after disagreements..
Kigony Brian is Now Marked as an "enemy of the state" by Hessy and his team, (IF YOU HAVE ANY INFO ON KIGONY'S WHEREBOUT PLEASE REPORT TO THE NEAREST POLICE STATION OR CALL 112)
Brian Kigony Is considered to be armed and Extremely Dangerous
Here are some of Hessy's Posts Concerning the Individual
Hesy Wa Dandora
Admin · 22 hrsHi members!!!!
There is an issue of great concern here and i feel i shld alert all members in thiz group together with all police officers(uniformed and under cover) within Nairobi county and neighbouring counties.
I remember having talked about thiz boy BRAYOH KIGONYI( fb names), i told u thiz boy is soo dangerous but pple defended him seriously, leo mchana kuna sarakasi amefanya na siwezi nyamaza nayo:
Today at around saa tisa mchana, Brayoh together with other two thugs(3 in total) armed with pistols, attacked one of their own crime partner by the name DAN, at Maili Saba area and shot him injuring on the left hand. He was rushed to Mama Lucy Hospital for treatment.
It was later established they had disagreed sometimes back over stolen items which resulted to a fight:
Am alerting all police officers to be extra alert, to be careful with this guy Brayoh Kigonyi, he is armed and dangerous, he is an enemy of the state now, he operates mostly with a motobike!!!!!
IT’S beginning to feel a lot like 1914. War with North Korea may soon be inevitable, according to this chilling analysis.
THE rising tensions between the US and North Korea are beginning to look a lot like the lead-up to World War I, according to one analyst.
Pennsylvania State University professor Joseph M. DeThomas, writing on 38 North, a website run by the US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, has warned that both sides have “manoeuvred themselves psychologically into the belief that war is inevitable”.
“For the DPRK this means that safety can only be achieved if it can target US cities,” he writes. “For the US it means war is inevitable if the DPRK achieves that goal.”
The analysis, “The Lamps are Going Out in Asia”, is a reference to British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey’s warning in August 1914: “The lamps are going out all over Europe. We shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”
Prof. DeThomas, a former US State Department adviser who worked on the implementation of sanctions against Iran and North Korea between 2010 and 2013, points out that wars are “not created with a single action” but “flow from a series of decisions that drive participants towards a sense that no other action but war can extricate them from their predicament”.
Prof. DeThomas argues that the “tense but stable” 64-year-old strategic environment on the Korean peninsula — with 25 million civilians in the Seoul metropolitan region held hostage by North Korean artillery, rockets and missiles — has been up-ended by a “fatal error” in North Korean strategic calculation and a suddenly unpredictable US leader.
“Pyongyang has chosen to: 1) add millions of US hostages to its strategy by pressing forward with development of a thermonuclear-tipped ICBM; and 2) craft and test a nuclear war fighting strategy that targets nuclear weapons on key US military assets and facilities which are critical to US and ROK defence planning.”
North Korea “probably believes” that once it has a viable ability to strike the US, it will be able to negotiate its way out of sanctions, and is hence “paradoxically racing towards the one condition” that would cause the US to strike.
“President Trump was not wrong in saying Kim Jong-un was on a suicide mission,” Prof. DeThomas writes, adding the situation is compounded by the Trump administration’s “absolute passion for reneging on agreements”, with North Korea certain to be closely watching the fate of the Iran nuclear deal.
“If the Iran agreement is trashed, Kim Jong-un would be a fool of the first order to negotiate any reduction in his deterrent with the US,” he writes.
“In other words, in a nuclearised environment in which both North Korea and the US have sound military reasons to want to attack first, Trump informed the North Koreans that he will not be bound by a diplomatic agreement and his military intent is the extinction of the DPRK. He has cornered a vicious animal and told it he intends to kill it and its young.
“We are not yet at the point of war, but the gears of war are beginning to grind inexorably towards it. The lamps are going out in Asia.”
It comes as North Korea accuses the US of having already declared war, a claim rubbished by the White House as beyond absurd. According to retired US Air Force brigadier general Rob Givens, if war did break out, around 20,000 people a day would be killed, even before nuclear weapons entered the picture.
“Even without nukes it will be devastating,” he told the LA Times.
US President Donald Trump remains "very committed" to achieving Israeli-Palestinian peace, his son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, has told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the start of talks.
But there was little to suggest any breakthrough or significant progress towards ending a decades-old conflict is imminent as Kushner began a day of separate meetings with Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Palestinians are still seeking a pledge of support from the Trump administration for the creation of a Palestinian state alongside Israel - the foundation of US Middle East policy for the past two decades. The last round of peace talks between the two sides collapsed in 2014.
For his part, Netanyahu faces pressure from right-wing coalition partners not to give ground on Jewish settlement building in occupied territory that Palestinians seek for a independent state. The settlement issue contributed to the breakdown of negotiations three years ago.
"We have things to talk about - how to advance peace, stability and security in our region, prosperity too. And I think that all of them are within our reach," Netanyahu, welcoming Kushner to his Tel Aviv office, said in a video clip released by the US Embassy.
Kushner, a 36-year-old real estate developer with little experience of international diplomacy or political negotiation, arrived in Israel with US Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt on Wednesday after meeting Arab leaders in the Gulf, Egypt and Jordan.
"The president is very committed to achieving a solution here that will be able to bring prosperity and peace to all people in this area," Kushner, who was tasked by Trump to help broker a peace deal, said in his response to Netanyahu.
Christabel Ouko died in a road crash along the Kisumu-Muhoroni
Mrs Ouko died in a road crash along the Kisumu-Muhoroni road on Monday evening that also left her eldest son, Ken, injured.
She was travelling from Kisumu where she had attended the swearing-in ceremony of new Kisumu Governor Peter Anyang' Nyong'o.
Her body was yesterday transferred to Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi from Kericho, where she died after the accident.
Grieving relatives and friends flocked to Mrs Ouko's Koru home in Muhoroni constituency as the village came to terms with her death.
Mrs Ouko takes with her loads of secrets about the murder of her husband.
As the widow of the former minister, Mrs Ouko, 67, was seen as a key witness in unravelling the identities of people who may have been involved in the kidnapping and eventually gruesome murder of her husband.
Dr Ouko went missing from his Koru home on the night of February 13, 1990, after returning from a trip to the US, where he and 84 other Government officials had accompanied retired President Daniel arap Moi for an official trip.
His charred body was found at the foot of Got Alila Hill, some 2.8km from his Koru home on February 13, 2017. Next to the body was a jerrycan, a Somali sword and a leather jacket.
For the past 27 years, Mrs Ouko has kept off the public limelight, choosing not to be interviewed by the media. In the few instances she spoke to the media, she only described the virtues of her husband, especially his love for education.
Almost all major witnesses and suspects in the Ouko murder mystery have died in a span of 20 years, the latest one being the once powerful Cabinet Minister Nicholas Biwott, who died last month after an illness.
Some of those who have died include Hezekiah Oyugi, former powerful Permanent Secretary for Internal Affairs and former Nakuru DC Jonah Anguka.
Former Commissioner of Police Philip Kilonzo who investigated the murder and the herdsman Paul Shikuku who found Dr Ouko's smouldering body have also died under mysterious circumstances.
Yesterday, the villagers described Christabel's death as end of an era. "With Christabel gone, it is all over," said a villager, Paul Ochieng.
Pastor Joshua Were of Africa Inland Church said Mrs Ouko was in upbeat mood and spent almost the whole day in church on Sunday. Many faithful and close relatives said her strong belief in God kept Mrs Ouko going since her husband's death in 1990.
Donald Trump says he will close down the US government if necessary to build his wall along the Mexico border.
The president told supporters at a "Make America Great Again" rally in Phoenix, Arizona, that the opposition Democrats were being "obstructionist".
During the 80-minute speech, he also took aim at the media, blaming them for giving far right groups "a platform".
But he selectively quoted his initial response to violence at a far-right rally that left one woman dead.
He omitted the much-criticised claim that "many sides" had to shoulder the blamefor violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
What did he say about the wall?
President Trump wants Congress to finance his controversial plan to build a "big, beautiful" wall along the United States' border with Mexico to keep out illegal immigrants.
But Republicans will need the support of Democrats to secure funding for the wall in a government spending bill, which they are unlikely to get.
In his speech, Mr Trump said the Democrats were "putting all of America's safety at risk" by opposing the wall. He said immigration officers who worked in the area said it was "vital" to stem the flow of illegal immigrants.
"Now the obstructionist Democrats would like us not to do it, but believe me if we have to close down our government, we are building that wall," Mr Trump said, adding that "the American people voted for immigration control".
What did he say about Charlottesville?President Trump attacked the media in the campaign-style speech, saying reporters had misrepresented his "perfect" words in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, where Heather Heyer was killed after a car ploughed into a crowd of people protesting against far-right demonstrators including neo-Nazis.
He accused "truly dishonest people in the media and the fake media" of "trying to take away our history and heritage" because, he said, they "don't like our country".
for not explicitly condemning the far-right.
"This is what I said on Saturday: 'We're closely following the terrible events unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia,' - this is me speaking. 'We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence.' That's me speaking on Saturday, right after the event," he said.
But his full quote was: "We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides."
Separately, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination has criticised the US for what it said was a "failure at the highest political level" to reject "racist violent events".
Referring to Charlottesville, the committee said it was issuing a rare "early warning", which has been used in recent years in countries including Burundi, Iraq, Nigeria and the Ivory Coast.
Reacting to the speech, the former National Intelligence director James Clapper told CNN that he was questioning Donald Trump's "fitness" for office.
"I also am beginning to wonder about his motivation for it," he said, adding he found the rally "downright scary and disturbing".
Ruben Gallego, a Democratic Party congressman in Arizona, said it was was the worst-ever speech by a US president. "It was all about him, it was not about the country," he told the BBC.
But Trump supporters were pleased.
"President Trump did an amazing job tonight. His message is uniting our great nation!", tweeted Ryan Fournier, the head of Students for Trump.
White Nationalist Richard Spencer tweeted: "Trump has never denounced the Alt-Right. Nor will he."
Tanasha Oketch alias Tanasha Donna who was rumoured to be Nick Mutuma’s ex has shut down rumours that she is heavily pregnant.
The model cum video vixen said this after a photo went viral with her wearing a black top that showed she might have been hidding a baby bump
“WHAT YOU ALLOW IS WHAT WILL CONTINUE. IT ALL STARTS WITH YOU. (AND NO I’M NOT PREGNANT )”
Tanasha is well known for her role as a video vixen in Ali Kiba’s song featuring Christian Bella dubbed Nagharamia.
She and Shuga’s star Mutuma were rumoured to have broken up weeks after being seen hanging together. In a past interview with Mpasho, Mutuma said that he was single and was not looking to get into a relationship anytime soon.
“NO. I AM NOT DATING RIGHT NOW, I FEEL LIKE I AM IN GREAT CREATIVE SPACE AND I JUST WANNA FOCUS ON MY CRAFT AND ON MY FAMILY AND JUST GETTING IT RIGHT?”
When asked about his ideal woman, Nick said:
“I’M VERY PICKY WHEN IT COMES TO MAMAS…I LOVE WOMEN THAT ARE INDEPENDENT…ME MADEM MMENICHOMA MPAKA SITAKI KUWAONGELEA”
‘Madem, Mumenichoma Mpaka Sitaki Kuwaongelelea,’ Cries SEXY Actor Nick Mutuma (Exclusive Interview)
President Donald Trump speaks to the press about protests in Charlottesville after his statement on the infrastructure discussion in the lobby at Trump Tower in New York on August 15, 2017.
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White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon arrive on stage for a conversation during the Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center February 23, 2017 in National Harbor, Maryland.
Trump arrives in Arizona to a series of negative headlines for his speech Monday night via Breitbart, the conservative website that his former chief strategist Steve Bannon -- fired last Friday -- runs.
Trump cares deeply about his media coverage and watches Breitbart along with the Daily Caller and the Drudge Report very, very closely. And he won't be happy -- at all -- about his former aide taking pot shots at him.
But, there's zero to be gained by going after Bannon. Conservative media -- led by Breitbart -- have been an incredible ally for Trump, and will be again. Why alienate them over one day of bad headlines?
Plus, talking about staffing and process is the surest way to lose a crowd. "Did you see what a guy who used to work for me said?," is not exactly the world's greatest applause line.
7. The electoral map