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Violence prone areas mapped

27 November 2012, 15:05

Nairobi - The Internal Security Ministry has put in place measures to counter conflict in the potential hotspots for violence with the upcoming General Elections next year, Capital News reports.

An initiative involving both Provincial Commissioners and County Forum Committees has also been launched to mediate between warring communities and encourage peaceful co-existence.

Speaking during the launch, Provincial Administration and Internal Security Permanent Secretary Mutea Iringo said that the initiative will seek to root out rogue chiefs who foster criminal activities instead of doing their job.

- For more visit Capital News


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