The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Calm Returns in Eastleigh

Photo: Capital FM
The matatu, heading to Kariobangi, was ripped apart by the explosion.

Calm has returned in Eastleigh following two days of unrest that saw several people injured and property destroyed. Business operations are back to Normal after a dusk to dawn police presence in the area.

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