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Kenyatta University Students perish in a grisly accident in Kisii.


By Generali Osumo Jnr,

IMG-20160702-WA0004 Four of the ladies in the photo died in taftercident. Photo was taken shortly brfore the accident

The accident which occurred at Etora, near Sameta, Bobasi sub-county, Kisii County along Kisii- Kilgoris road. Involved a lorry and two cars that collided into it at around 9 p.m.,  July 1, 2016.

Eight confirmed dead by Robert Mulwa, Base Commander, Ogembo whom he said included four men and four ladies. Car drivers died on the spot during the pile-up. The deaseased ladies happen to be Kenyatta University students, two among them being sisters.

The occupants of the Toyota Noah were heading to a party in the locality when they were involved in the painful ordeal. Police had a hard time controlling the large crowd that gathered round the scene of the accident.

The lorry driver succumbed to his injuries moments after being admitted at Kisii Level…

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A man has been arrested in Michigan over the “random” killings of at least six people at multiple locations in and around the city of Kalamazoo. Two people were injured in the shootings, including a 14-year-old girl.
Police arrested Jason Dalton around 12.40am on Sunday without “confrontation” and nearly seven hours after the shooting rampage began.
Police said Dalton, 45, was cooperative and his demeanor was “even-tempered”. A semi-automatic handgun was recovered from his vehicle, dark-colored Chevy HHR, a description of which was obtained through CCTV footage at a car dealership and restaurant where two of the three shootings took place.
“This is just the most awful thing I can think of having happening, and to have to stand here and talk about these kinds of things is just a terrible thing,” Kalamazoo county prosecuting attorney Jeff Getting told reporters at a press conference early on Sunday.
“There is no continuing threat to the safety of this community … we have no reason to believe there was more than one person involved in any of these incidents.”
In early reports, police mistakenly said that seven people had been killed. They later revised the count to six. The 14-year-old girl was initially included in the count, but Getting clarified that she was “seriously, gravely injured”.
Later on Sunday, Michigan governor Rick Snyder released a statement in which he said: “The victims and their families – and the entire Kalamazoo area – should be in everyone’s thoughts today.”

Privacy versus security at heart of Apple phone decrypt order

If only the terrorist had the latest iPhoneBy Jim Finkle and Joseph Menn
(Reuters) – A court order demanding that Apple Inc (AAPL.O) help the U.S. government unlock the encrypted iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters is shaping up as a crucial test case of how far the government can go in forcing technology companies to help security and intelligence investigations.
Law enforcement agencies have for years faced off against tech firms and privacy advocates over their ability to monitor digital communications, and the government to date has largely lost the battle.
But the specific circumstances of the San Bernardino case, a young married couple who sympathized with Islamic State militants and killed 14 people and wounded 22 others in a shooting rampage at a holiday party, could give government officials the legal precedent they need to reverse the tide.
A federal judge in Los Angeles on Tuesday ordered Apple to provide “reasonable technical assistance” to investigators seeking to read the data on an iPhone 5C that had been used by Rizwan Farook, who along with his wife, Tashfeen Malik, carried out the shootings.
The government argues that the iPhone is a crucial piece of evidence. But civil liberties groups warn that forcing companies to crack their own encryption endangers the technical integrity of the Internet and threatens not just the privacy of customers but potentially that of citizens of any country.
On Wednesday, Republican lawmakers and presidential candidates came out strongly on the side of law enforcement, raising the possibility of another legislative effort to require tech companies to put “backdoors” in their products.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the Department of Justice was asking Apple for access to just one device, a central part of the government’s argument, which Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook has said was “simply not true.”
“They are not asking Apple to redesign its product or to create a new backdoor to one of their products,” Earnest told reporters at a daily briefing.
The Department of Justice stressed in a statement on Wednesday that its request was “narrowly tailored,” and chided Apple. “It is unfortunate that Apple continues to refuse to assist the department in obtaining access to the phone of one of the terrorists involved in a major terror attack on U.S. soil.”
Most technology security experts, including many who have served in government, have said technical efforts to provide government access to encrypted devices inevitably degrades security for everyone. It is an argument that has been made since the 1990s, when the government tried and failed to force tech companies to incorporate a special chip into their products for surveillance purposes.
“The government suggests this tool could only be used once, on one phone,” Cook said in a statement on Tuesday. “But that’s simply not true. Once created, the technique could be used over and over again, on any number of devices.”
Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai endorsed Cook’s stance in tweets on Wednesday.
“We build secure products to keep your information safe and we give law enforcement access to data based on valid legal orders,” he wrote. “But that’s wholly different than requiring companies to enable hacking of customer devices & data. Could be a troubling precedent.”

Trump responds to Ted Cruz 

Ted Cruz is a totally unstable individual. He is the single biggest liar I’ve ever come across, in politics or otherwise, and I have seen some of the best of them. His statements are totally untrue and completely outrageous. It is hard to believe a person who proclaims to be a Christian could be so dishonest and lie so much. 
Cruz said I would be appointing a liberal judge when in fact I will appoint a great conservative and I am the only candidate who has gone so far, at the debate, as to suggest two individuals I feel would best represent the conservative values we need to protect: William “Bill” Pryor Jr. and Diane Sykes. 
Cruz says I am pro-choice, when in fact I am staunchly pro-life and have been for a long time. Like Ronald Reagan, on many issues, I have evolved. 
Cruz says I am in favor of ObamaCare, when in fact I have spoken about repealing and replacing this disaster of a system at every speech throughout my campaign and since it’s inception. Meanwhile, Cruz was responsible for getting Bush to put in the judge that failed to vote against ObamaCare twice. 
Cruz says I will try to take away your second amendment rights, when I am one of the strongest proponents of the right to bear arms and I say so in every speech that I have made for years. I am a proud member of the NRA and so are my sons. 
Cruz has become unhinged and is lying with the hopes that his statements will go unchecked until after the election and he will save his failing campaign. 
In Iowa, Cruz told thousands of Ben Carson voters that Dr. Carson had left the race and to instead vote for Ted Cruz. He apologized when the race was over. Likewise, his fraudulent voter violation form sent to Iowa voters. If Ted is going to continue to lie with such desperation, I have no choice but to fight back. 
One of the ways I can fight back is to bring a lawsuit against him relative to the fact that he was born in Canada and therefore cannot be President. If he doesn’t take down his false ads and retract his lies, I will do so immediately. Additionally, the RNC should intervene and if they don’t they are in default of their pledge to me. 
I am the strongest on the borders and I will build a wall, and it will be a real wall. I am strongest on illegal immigration, strongest on ISIS, strongest on the military and I will take care of our Vets. I will end common core and preserve the second amendment. I will renegotiate our trade deals and bring our jobs back to our country. I am the only person who will Make America Great Again. 

 Donald j trump

Kids reaching to christ

A new study has shown that over half of all kids walk away from Christ after high school – which is a heartbreaking statistic.  
This means that we must do a better job of reaching kids starting now!
Many Christian families and churches spend a great deal of time teaching children Bible stories about Jesus, the prophets, and the disciples.
But sadly, the essentials of the Christian faith often get neglected.
Kids can attend Sabbath school for years and still come up with questions like, “How do I pray?” & “Why should I pray when God already knows everything?”
At the end of the day children must understand the living God and learn the fundamentals of how to walk with him.
Kids will learn how to speak to God. They will practice hearing God’s voice.
They will practice putting Jesus on the throne of their lives and not removing him when they want to take charge again. They will understand how the Holy Spirit works and how to yield to its messages.
You will be able to set students on the path to true Christian worship and seeing the evidence of God coming alive in them!
The Truth is Many Kids are Searching for Something More …

They need God in their lives and may surprise you with how agreeable they can be to listening to messages about 

Orina Ontiri 


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