Kahawa West has woken up to riots and demolition of shops along the northern by-pass that connects to the Kahawa West roundabout as police and traders clash and two people shot dead.
Thanks has been disrupted following the demolition of stalls in Kahawa West.The demolitions that happened today in the morning has left many families without a source of livelihood.
We join fellow Kenyans in condemning the police excesses being witnessed in Kahawa West.Demolitions marred with killings should not define us as a people in this age of civilization.Our security agencies must act with restraint against unarmed civilians.
"This regime must stop terrorising the people of Kenya.We have not forgotten Kariobangi, we will not forget Ruai,the many premises you demolished along the railway that doesn't work is still fresh.You have now started in Kahawa West.We are African and Africa is our business" Kiharu member of parliament honourable Ndindi Nyoro tweet.
"Police violence cuts short the lives of thousands of Kenyans every year.To fight against police brutality is to fight for our lives. We must not allow police killings to be the norm" Kenya Human rights tweet.
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