The Star (Nairobi)

14 January 2013

Kenya: Internal Security Minister to Meet Tana Elders

Residents of the Tana Delta have started fleeing their homes following recent clashes that left over 20 people dead in the area. Many are now living ... ( Resource: Dozens Flee Kenya's Tana Delta Clashes

The internal security minister Katoo ole Metito is today holding a meeting with the Tana River County Elders to discuss ways of ending hostilities in the area. Key issues to be discussed will be the proposed deployment of the Kenya Defense Forces, which the elders are against arguing that professional police work and objective intelligence is what was required.

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