13-08-2017 by redazione
Kenya's national media report of a quiet Sunday throughout the country after yesterday's protests in the slums of Nairobi and in the outskirts of Kisumu, which have led to clashes between faint (and malevolent) and law enforcement officials.
The Daily Nation Daily in the Online Edition edition: "Even in the Nairobi slums returns to normal life" and reports of citizens who are distancing themselves from the protests of the day before and note that "today we come back to everyday life ".
Even the other suburbs of the capital, including Kibera, Huruma, and Korogocho, where there have been reported riots that have fortunately failed in any victim, are quiet and shops are open.
Yesterday, in Mathare, there have been episodes that have nothing to do with elections or political repression on the part of the government, some of the victims were, in fact, wicked, taking advantage of nonviolent demonstrations to plunder shops and shacks and police intervention, Which is police as in every corner of the planet and as such can cause accidents, has also become necessary to protect other citizens.
The same Minister of National Security Fred Matiang'i stigmatized the episodes: "No bullet was fired on peaceful demonstrators, who triggered violence and raids are criminals."
Local media confirm that the rest of the country has always been safe and quiet in these three days.
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