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Kenya Union of Journalists (KUJ) hits out at police after Odongo's arrest

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Reacting to arrest of Standard journalist David Odongo on Friday evening, KUJ Secretary General Erick Oduor noted that police have resorted to obsolete section 194 of Penal Code and misuse of Section 29 of the Kenya Information and Communication Act to lock up journalist in police station.

Kenya Union of Journalists (KUJ) hits out at police after Odongo's arrest

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