English Premier League giants Arsenal FC has said it is "saddened" by the news of Carilton David Maina's death. Maina, a student at Leeds University, was shot dead by the police who claim he was among a group of gangsters that had been terrorising residents of Line Saba.
Arsenal Honour Fan Killed By Police
Nairobi News, 30 January 2019
English Premier League giants Arsenal FC on Tuesday night honoured Carilton David Maina, a student who was shot dead by police in Laini Saba, Kibera on December 21. Read more »
Arsenal FC official match day programme for their tie against Cardiff City.
A closer look at Arsenal FC's official match day programme for their tie against Cardiff City.
Cardiff City new Signee Emiliano Sala was also honoured before the match that was supposed to be his debut to the premier league.
KoT Demands Justice for Killed University Students
Nation, 22 January 2019
Twitter users in Kenya woke up to #JusticeForComrades hashtag as the number one trending topic on Tuesday. Read more »
University Students Threaten Mass Action Over Killing of Carlton Maina
Nation, 2 January 2019
University students have threaten mass action if justice is not done over the police killing of Carlton John Maina. Read more »
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