Tying loose ends? What UHURU’s Govt is doing to police officers deployed to ‘kill’ RAILA’s supporters

..human rights groups put the figure at 26.

According to a memo from the Office of the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Joel Kitili, to the media and Kenyans, any officer who used their guns to quell the protests are expected to hand over their service weapons for ballistic examinations.


“All firearms must be submitted for examination and case files disposed of through the normal legal process.”

“Follow up reports will be sent to Police Headquarters indicating their status and compliance," read the memo.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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