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Kimaiyo's tough talk in Tana River

27 December 2012, 11:29

Tana - Newly appointed Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo on Wednesday warned members of the Pokomo and Orma communities of dire consequences on those found plotting killings and other forms of violence.

According to Capital News reports, Kimaiyo told the warring communities that each and every person will be held personally responsible for his or her actions, should they continue fighting.

The new police chief said more security forces, including spies will be deployed to co-exist with both communities to be able to identify trouble-makers.

- For more visit Capital News

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