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Rising insecurity calls for more than dismissals, transfers

EDITORIAL

It has been the public's expectation that the Government would take disciplinary action against security officers who slept on the in the wake of the Garissa University attack that claimed 148 lives early this month.

Rising insecurity calls for more than dismissals, transfers

By The standard | 6 years ago

Girl 'hit' by officer dies after two months in coma

Girl 'hit' by officer dies after two months in coma

Tears flowed freely at a Mombasa hospital Sunday as relatives of a girl injured during the Mpeketoni dawn-to-dusk curfew lost the fight for her life after a month and half in a coma.

Patrick Beja | 6 years ago

Mpeketoni mess calls for central police command

The Independent Police Oversight Authority (IPOA) has released a report that singles out the Police Service for censure, having failed to provide adequate security to the residents of Lamu County even after the National Intelligence Service (NIS) provided enough intelligence reports for the police to act on in an effort to forestall terrorist attacks.

Editorial | 7 years ago

Bad times ahead for Kenya due to insecurity, experts warn

Despite positive projections by the Government in a bid to revive the ailing tourism sector, stakeholders at the Coast are now warning that recent violence in Lamu, Tana River and Mombasa may lead to the sector's collapse.

Benard Sanga and Josph Masha | 7 years ago

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