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Crime in Kenya is like wind that changes its course. The anguish of a moaning child torments the soul and mind of the unforgiving villager. “I can’t imagine such an inhuman act being committed to an innocent child,’ John a villager screams.
He had witnessed an incident where three people fled their homes in Kilifi County to avoid the arm of law catching up with them, after they allegedly defiled minors. They obviously fled after they new that law enforcers will be closing in on them.
‘The man left his residence in Kaloleni soon after committing the offence last weekend.’ A local newspaper reported.
Crime in Kenya – Lured his Victim
This criminal lured the girl aged 15, into a house at Kaloleni where he committed the obscene act. “These people must be put to death. I don’t think they deserve to live,” a village quipped. ‘We must not tolerate hilarious acts of Crime in Kenya,’ he said.
This incident was confirmed by Kilifi OCPD Clement Wangai, who further affirmed that they were trailing two other suspected defilers who have disappeared from their homes. Crime in Kenya is rampant as criminals have mastered the art of dogging law enforcers.
Borneo Wildlife Tour is an amazing tour organized for campers and tourist who would love to tour the Malaysian Island region that has forests that hosts lots of Baboon families and other wildlife. Borneo island offers travellers a chance to exploring the Indonesiaas the place of many indigenous Biodiversity that might interests all its visitors and also it’s bio cultural diversity that might like to be understood and learn all over Indonesia. It is particularly refreshing after a adventure holidays in USA.
The Island also promotes the real essence of Malaysia as a whole. Borneo may still remind images of primitive forest, rainforest jungles, rivers and head-hunters as depicted in the past, but today’s modern Borneo has not only retained most of its greatest assets for a breathtaking wildlife tours unique to this region, it is also today well equipped with international standard tourist facilities include first class spa hotels and beach resorts, jungle resorts, fine golf facilities.
Borneo Wildlife Tour: Borneo the Island
Borneo is the third largest island in the world; Borneo has an impressive array of natural treasures including vast tracts of pristine rainforest, an extensive coastline with many superb white- sand beaches, impressively high mountains, countless beautiful offshore islands, and a large number of major rivers. Inside its forests are established such scarcities as the Sumatran rhinoceros, clouded leopard, Asian elephant and an astonishing twelve species of Rafflesia, the world’s largest flower named after Sir Stamford Raffles, founder of Singapore. The island is also home to a high number of bird species such as hornbills, and many primates including gibbons, orang-tans and proboscis monkeys. Divers are guaranteed to find many rare or endangered sea creatures such as the green and hawksbill turtles, napoleon wrasse, giant clams, and countless species of sharks, barracudas at the biodiversity hotspot of South East Asia.
The wildlife tours offers a delightfulchance to getting close to the wildlife and bio-diversified floras, as well as appreciate the culture of the colorful indigenous peoples, but you can now indulge in luxury and comfortable surrounding in one with in a natural environment, exotic outdoor setting and un-spoilt beaches, or rough it out in controlled wildlife tours setting.
Borneo Wildlife Tour:Wildlife Holidays in Borneo
Few places invoke images of darkness and mystery like Borneo – the island has long nurtured the imagination of naturalists and traveller’s alike. There may not be the attentions of easily seen animals that more dazzling wildlife localities, like those in East Africa have to offer, but this is more than remunerated for by extraordinary species multiplicity and elusiveness. From the heights of Mount Kinabalu to primeval coral-fringed off-shore islands with vast territories of plush rainforest in between, the variety of surroundings supports a marvelous array of endearing and intriguing species – there are mammals, lizards, snakes and frogs that “fly”, fish that “walk” on mud, monkeys that dive and swim, plants that eat insects and flowers the size of dustbin lids.
Borneo Wildlife Tour: The Adventure
The Borneo jungles encompass some of the oldest untouched areas of rainforest in the world. Some of the best and most remarkable areas of rainforest have been integrated into National Parks, which to some degree, are a decentsufficient reason to make the effort to visit Borneo. You cannot help but be fascinated by the brilliantvariety of plant and wildlife to be found. Visiting Malaysia for holiday it would be a better holiday without taking the Borneo Wildlife Tour.
Relationships and marriages today are in the verge of crumbling even though nurtured on the face of clear religious values. The question is; does age and education have a bearing on this fall out? Why then do we experience lots of crazy and unexpected break ups?
It’s really extremely astonishing attesting to this fact. While many Relationships disintegrate due to other known factors, why then shouldn’t we consider age and education as a case study?
Relationships in the olden days:-
In the traditional set up, Relationships were a matter of prescribed traditional cultural norms. Challenges were not significantly noted due to the systematic design especially bearing in mind the age group set up, which consequently dictated marriage and subsequently resolution mechanisms were in place.
Changing Political Agenda !?, As time tickled, I looked at my watch and retired to bed. It reminded me of those days that my dad used to motion us, or rather summon us to our bedrooms, especially after we had had our sumptuous dinner; this was always after the 7 o’clock Kenya Broadcasting Corporation KBC night news. The theme of each broadcasted news, centered and revolved around a Political Agenda.
Our eyes glued on the TV set unperturbed by the surroundings as Baba (Retired former President Moi) uttered the trade mark Harambee! As a unison response of Nyayo! , reverberated the air. He spoke in a unique authoritative and accented crackling voice, obviously advancing both a Political Agenda and some Government position.