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VIDEO: Youths shun chance to join police

23 November 2012, 08:19

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports that thousands of Kenyan youths on Thursday skipped a police recruitment drive following the killing of 40 officers in Baragoi.

The recruitment, meant to boost numbers ahead of the March 4 General Election, was conducted in just one day unlike in the past when it would take up to two weeks.

Of the targeted 7,000 recruits, 4,000 will join the Kenya Police while the rest will join Administration Police training colleges.

Click the following NTV video on YouTube showing what happened during recruitment drive.




- For more visit Daily Nation

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