Kenya: Amnesty Boss Attacked in His Home
By Cornelius Mwau, 18 December 2013
Amnesty International country director Justus Nyang'aya is admitted in hospital after he was attacked and shot by suspected thugs at his home.
Police say Nyang'aya was shot three times but he is in stable condition.
Police are yet to make an arrest in connection with the incident.
Elsewhere, a suspected robber was early this morning shot dead along Kirinyaga Road in Nairobi.
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