Kenyans need to be assured of their security ahead of the March 4th elections. Human Rights activist Kawive Wambua says so far this is the biggest task for newly sworn in Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo. Kawive also gives an example of the increasing cases of violence in various parts of the country in the last half year as a challenge to our security system.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Kimaiyo Must Assure Kenyans of SecurityBy Nelly Gitau, 28 December 2012
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