Monthly Archives: November 2012

Tullow discover more oil in Kenya at Twiga South 1

Ngamia 1 rig: Weatherford staff at the rig at Ngamia 1 exploration site in Turkana that is owned by Tullow Oil and Africa One.The firm has discover more oil at Twiga South 1 Photo Joseph Kariuki

Tullow Oil has announced in a statement that the Twiga South-1 exploration well in Block 13T, onshore Kenya, has encountered 30 metres of net oil pay with further potential to be assessed on test and has also encountered a tight fractured rock section with hydrocarbon shows over a gross interval of 796 metres.

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KDF denies soldiers attacked Garissa

Kenya Army soldiers attached to AMISOM ready to storm Kismayu Photo/AU-UN

Kenya Defences Forces has denied reports that they razed down buildings and raped women in Garissa town after three KDF soldiers were killed on Monday. Yesterday there was heated debate in parliament castigating KDF for atrocities against Garissa residents.

In a series of tweets on KDF twitter handle,the force claimed it does not rape and destroy property as alleged.

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Police deny new attacks at Suguta valley

A Screen Shot of Baragoi Town in Samburu where the police were killed by Turkana Raiders

Kenya Police has denied reports that bandits have attacked police deployed to Baragoi. In a statement police spokesman Erick Kiraithe said no such attack has happened.

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24 dead Kenya policemen flown in,families cry foul

Final journey: The body of one of the 24 police officers killed in Samburu arrives at Chiromo mortuary,the number of those dead rose to 42.

After rotting in the sun for three days,the 24 bodies of the slain police officers were flown in to Wilson Airport amidst tight security. Journalist who had camped at the airport were barred from taking pictures of the arrival of the badly decomposing bodies.

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Dead police bodies stink in Baragoi after junk helicopter stall

Google map Screen shot of the Suguta Valley of death in Baragoi,Samburu District where more than 40 police officers were killed by Turkana cattle rustlers

Bodies of the more than 40 Kenya police officers killed in an ambush in Baragoi on Saturday are rotting in the open after the police helicopter that went to pick them developed a mechanical problem.

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Police officers killed in Baragoi hits 42

A Screen Shot of Baragoi Town in Samburu where the police were killed by Turkana Raiders

The number of Kenya police officers killed in a raid has hit 42 but Police commissioner Mathews Iteere says the number is 25 with seven missing police officers.

Kenya’s Capital FM quoting AFP said the number has risen to 42 after more bodies were found in Suguta Valley. The bodies of seventeen policemen were still lying at the scene of attack while thirteen others were taken to the Baragoi district hospital mortuary earlier today.

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Do you think Peter Kenneth can be Kenya 4th president?

Today Kenya National Congress Presidential Aspirant Peter Kenneth launched his presidential bid at KICC. He promises a fresh start for Kenya and a break from the past. Despite positive comments on the launch on Social Media, many Kenyans believe tribal politics will not let him.

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