The lady who was interrogated by her neighbors after being “caught in the act,” couldn’t give a coherent reason why she allegedly took the panties.
Another lady who is supposedly the victim, was heard saying that the suspect claimed the panties was dripping water on her head and yet took the panties to her room. She also asked if the lady who allegedly stole the panties wanted to take it to yahoo boys for rituals.
The suspected panties thief was flogged with a huge stick after she repeatedly ignored directives of those interrogating her.
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Kenya lifts ban on UAE flights
Travellers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be allowed to enter Kenya after the East African country lifted a ban on all incoming flights.
The director general of the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA), Gilbert Kibe, said the ban was lifted on Monday night.
Kenya had suspended all passenger flights from the UAE on 10 January.
It was reciprocating UAE’s ban on all passenger flights from Kenya over allegations that some Kenyan travellers had tested positive for Covid on arrival in Dubai yet they had certificates indicating that they did not have the virus.
The ban however did not affect cargo flights.
The UAE is yet to lift its ban on Kenyan flights
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AFCON; 8 Dead, 50 Injured In Cameroon Stadium Stampede
Eight people were killed and about 50 injured in a crush outside a Cameroonian football stadium Monday ahead of an Africa Cup of Nations match.
Crowds attempted to enter through a southern entrance at Olembe stadium in the capital Yaounde to watch the host nation play Comoros.
Although the stadium’s capacity of 60,000 has been limited over coronavirus fears, the 60 percent cap is raised to 80 percent when Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions play.
“Eight deaths were recorded, two women in their thirties, four men in their thirties, one child, one body taken away by the family,” according to a preliminary health ministry report obtained by AFP.
The ministry said victims were “immediately transported” in ambulances, but “heavy road traffic slowed down the transport”.
Some 50 people were injured in the crush, including two people with multiple injures and two more with serious head wounds, the ministry said.
A baby was also reportedly trampled by the crowd, the ministry added, although the infant was “immediately extracted and taken to Yaounde General Hospital” and is in a “medically stable” condition.
Tournament organizers had earlier confirmed to AFP that casualties had been recorded without providing further details.