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Judge probing Tana clashes attacked by thugs

24 January 2013, 11:24

Nairobi - The Standard reports Lady Justice Grace Nzioka, who chairs a commission investigating the Tana River clashes was attacked while driving into her compound in Karen, Nairobi.

The Judge was carjacked and kidnapped in a robbery incident that happened on Wednesday night at around 10pm.

Five heavily armed men took her hostage, forced her into her house and ransacked it.

- For more visit The Standard

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