No Smiles for the Broken Cameras in Nairobi's CBD

Half of the 42 CCTV cameras installed in the CBD at a cost of U.S.$4,4 million under the Integrated Urban surveillance System project for Nairobi metropolitan area, stopped working months after they were installed and the county cannot repair them, an official has said.

Nanjing Les Information Technology Company technicians install CCTV cameras along Kimathi Street on November 1, 2013.

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