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88 suspects in court over Eastleigh chaos

22 November 2012, 12:40

Nairobi - Eighty-eight people who included students, minors and foreigners were arraigned in a Kibera court over Eastleigh skirmishes that left six people dead and property destroyed.

The Standard reports that the prosecution of the suspects was delayed for more than two days as the court sought to verify the age of some youth, majority of whom were of Somali origin.

An interpreter had to carry out translation for foreigners while a sign language expert assisted two deaf people.

- For more visit The Standard

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