The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: New Police Boss Talks Tough On Tana Clashes

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A man stands on the ashes of one of the houses set ablaze by attackers in Tana River County (file photo).

A major disarmament exercise will be carried out in Tana river. Police boss David Kimaiyo has also directed the police to deal ruthlessly with those behind the killings. Kimaiyo who toured the area following the killing of over 40 people says they have deployed more security officers to the area.

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