Palpable Tension, Heavy Police Presence Ahead Of SCOK Verdict

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Palpable tension has engulfed the Country amid heavy police presence in perceived NASA zones as Kenyans wait with bated breath for Supreme Court ruling.

SCOK is set to rule on a the legitimacy 26th October Presidential election at 10 am this morning(Monday 20th, November)with Uhuru Kenyatta’s win put in question.

In slum areas like Kawangware, heavy police presence has been spotted as chaos marred most parts of Nairobi and Kisumu yesterday.

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In Kawangare, youth chanting “no Raila no peace” around Stage two and 56 areas yesterday lit bonfires, burned business premises belonging to a community, broke into some and looted.

The same was experienced in areas like Mathare, Kibera, Ruaraka as retaliation for the alleged politically instigated killings in Baba dogo and Ruaraka.

Criminals including women took advantage of the melee to rob passersby in board daylight. Many were forced to lie down before being stripped of money and other belongings.

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Written by Kahawa Tungu


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