The Star (Nairobi)

30 January 2013

Kenya: Foreign Media Warned Against Alarming Reports During and After Elections

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The National Police Service has unveiled a crime reporting mobile application for the public.

Foreign media has been warned against reporting alarming stories that will cause tension during and after the elections. Government spokesman Muthui Kariuki says they will be keen on any reports about the country as we head towards the elections. He says journalists were to some extent responsible for what took place in 2007.

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