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KHRC: Iteere should resign

14 November 2012, 10:36

Nairobi - The civil society led by the Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) is now calling for the immediate resignation of Police Commissioner Matthew Iteere, the Provincial Police chief and the commander in Baragoi where 42 officers were massacred over the weekend.

According to Capital News, KHRC Programmes Officer George Morara said their resignation would allow independent investigations into the deaths which he maintained could have been prevented.

Morara said the police officers were ill equipped for the ambush and it was necessary for their bosses to be held accountable.

- For more visit Capital News

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