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Police In Nairobi Take Measures To Protect Property And Businesses Ahead Of Monday's Mass Action

Many Kenyans are apprehensive about the Monday mass action called by Azimio leader Raila Odinga and his allies. Police say that they have an elaborate plan to secure the central business district in Nairobi.

Nairobi police commander Adamson Mbungei told the Standard newspaper that they will give Nairobians the security they need, and no act of hooliganism will take place on that day. According to the sources, police have ensured the protesters will not access government facilities and installations including the State House.

Sources say hundreds if not thousands of security personnel will be deployed to secure the city. Some will be in uniform while others will be in civilian clothes. Officers to be deployed will be drawn from the dreaded General Service Unit, administration police rapid deployment unit as well as regular police officers.

Riot police are expected to barricade areas and roads to the seat of power as well as other installations. Besides, the CBD police commander Adamson Mbungei says that his officers will be ready to deal with the goons or criminals who will be having intentional businesses.


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