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See below a summary of the top stories for Tuesday, June 8.
Three armed men managed to steal Ksh20 million from city businessman Harish Patel in his mansion in Muthaiga. According to the detectives, the robbers scaled the perimeter wall, managed to tie the three workers and security guard before carrying out their hatched scheme.
The heist, which took a total of 30 minutes did not draw the attention of Patel’s neighbours. Detectives suspect that the robbers colluded with Patel’s workers to carry out the scheme.
Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) announced that the iTax systems have collapsed due to an error from the service provider’s side. This means that all services offered on the portal, including filing your taxes, are currently not available.
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) is set to hire ten experienced and fresh journalists in a major relaunch plan. It’s anticipated to take place in under two weeks.
Among the faces expected to grace the screens include Tom Mboya, Catherine Kasavuli, Badi Muhsin, Cynthia Nyamai, Harith Salim, Fred Indimuli and Shiksha Arora.
Education CS George Magoha changed tune on his fee payment stance after he directed school heads to send home students whose parents could afford to pay school fees but are taking advantage of the initial waiver.
An MKU student met his untimely death after drowning in a swimming pool at a hotel in Mombasa. According to police reports, the deceased had travelled with his friends to the coast on vacation.