Kenya: Tana Delta Leaders Move to Start Peace Talks
By Nelly Gitau, 12 January 2013
Photo: Capital FM
A man stands on the ashes of one of the houses set ablaze by attackers in Tana River County (file photo).
Leaders from Tana Delta are this morning expected to make a statement on the clashes that have left over one hundred people dead.
Garsen MP Danson Mungatana and Ambassador Hussein Daado will be calling for ceasefire and reconciliation between the two rival communities.
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