The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Adoli Promises Crackdown On Attackers

Photo: Capital FM
Members of a rival community in the ongoing Tana clashes raided their neighbours in Nduru village, setting houses on fire and hacking to death the occupants (file photo).

Police have vowed to arrest politicians funding and inciting the two warring communities in Tana Delta. This comes after the latest attack left eight people dead early this morning in Tana Delta's Ndaru village. Coast PPO Aggrey Adoli says a team of detectives is on the ground to collect concrete evidence before they are charged. The clashes have left over 150 lives lost so far.

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