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Kpl and Police boss meet over security

01 November 2011, 08:48 Collins Okinyo, Supersport

Nairobi - The Kenyan Premier League (KPL) governing council is set to meet Police Commissioner Mathew Iteere to discuss security at matches.

The meeting has been necessitated by recent Al-Shabaab threats in the country.

KPL has thus been seeking to have security beefed up in the stadiums to ensure the safety of the fans around the country. 

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