The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Police Cannot Assure Everyone of Security?

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 on the other hand have absolved themselves from blame in the Tana Delta attacks. Deputy police spokesman Charles Owino says the police force cannot afford to have officers at every doorstep and that security is a collective responsibility issue.

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