One person was Critically Injured and 25 arrested by police officers on Monday in Mlango Kubwa area of Mathare following a fight between two communities that enters itssecond day.
Police officers hard difficult time in keeping peace with the warring forces determined on locking horns. Scores were injured during the clashes.
Chaotic protests erupted Mlango Kubwa area as police lob teargas canisters and mounted road blocks for now 12 hours.
Police cops who were deployed in the area engaged enraged crowd of residents in running battles as they fight to restore peace.
The two confrontig communities have for long period of time have engaged in disputes with tension rising each year.
The dispute for control of business environments together with the sale of illicit liquor8 between Ugandans staying there plus few Kenyans are reportedly said to be the result of the contention.
Several people remained indoors some peeping from their windows for fear of their lives as police launched door-to-door operations.
Police officers have schedule a regional impromptu meeting to negotiate on how to restore peace between the fighting communities.
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