Dr Alfred Mutua’s statement
The Government had received a report that the proscribed Mungiki sect was planning to hold demonstrations and to paralyse public transport on Thursday to acknowledge support from the United Nations Rapporteur, Kenya National Commission for Human Rights, activists and some politicians.
This illegal demonstration was meant to cause mayhem planned by the Mungiki, NGOs and The Oscar Foundation.
The Government assured wananchi that all security measures had been put in place to ensure they were not harassed and or their daily lives disrupted.
Ali says activists may have been killed by gangThe suspects in the rights activists killing had trailed the two for a while, Police Commissioner Maj-Gen Hussein Ali has said.
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