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Training to enhance peace among clans

By By NICK OLUOCH | Jul 17th 2013 | 1 min read


Migori,Kenya:Over 100 peace crusaders will over the next four days undergo intensive training on conflict management as the Government moves in to stem the clan conflict in Kuria East constituency.

Speaking during the start of the training, Ahmed Biko assistant secretary at the Interior Ministry said the exercise is meant to equip the peace committee members with conflict resolution skills.

“We have decided to start with Migori County since it is a priority area as we plan to roll it out across the country later,” Mr Biko said.

The trainees, he said, had been drawn from every sub-location in Kuria East, West and Migori constituencies and that they will also be trained on how to collaborate with other partners. Speaking at the same function, Migori deputy Governor Mwita Maanga said if the Bill becomes law it will help contain people with reckless language.


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