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Police clash with residents over insecurity

31 December 2012, 12:01

Nairobi -  Anti-riot police on Monday morning clashed with tens of Dandora residents in Nairobi who are protesting increased incidents of insecurity.

According to The Standard, the residents are protesting Sunday night’s killing of two people by armed thugs who were on a robbery spree.

The gang of three also shot and wounded one man in the leg. The two who were killed were robbed of their cash and other valuables.Residents say the gang escaped aboard motorcycles, which were on standby.

- For more visit The Standard


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