Kenyan President Approves Terror Bill

President Kibaki has assented to the Prevention of Terrorist Act 2012 which gives law enforcers more powers in fighting terrorism in the country. The current laws do not specify punishments for persons engaging in terrorism.
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President Mwai Kibaki has assented to two crucial bills, including the Prevention of Terrorist Act 2012 which gives law enforcers more powers in fighting terrorism in the country.

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