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Kibra youth lead the way in calls for peace, two days after elections
By Abong'o | Updated Aug 10, 2017 at 12:24 EAT
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Youth in Kibra share pace message
SUMMARY
  • Long before August, several local and international institutions urged Kenyans to maintain peace during and after the election.
  • Youth in Kibra have taken to the streets for all the right reasons - preaching peace as residents resume normal duties. 

Youth in Kibra slums have taken the initiative to sensitise the whole Kibra community to maintain peace, after it was reported that some places in Nairobi were experiencing riots.Kibra slums have taken the initiative to sensitise the whole Kibra community to maintain peace, after it was reported that some places in Nairobi were experiencing riots.sensitise the whole Kibra community to maintain peace, after it was reported that some places in Nairobi were experiencing riots.Kibra slums have taken the initiative to sensitise the whole Kibra community to maintain peace, after it was reported that some places in Nairobi were experiencing riots.Kibra slums have taken the initiative to sensitise the whole Kibra community to maintain peace, after it was reported that some places in Nairobi were experiencing riots.Kibra slums have taken the initiative to sensitise the whole Kibra community to maintain peace, after it was reported that some places in Nairobi were experiencing riots.sensitise the whole Kibra community to maintain peace, after it was reported that some places in Nairobi were experiencing riots.Kibra slums have taken the initiative to sensitise the whole Kibra community to maintain peace, after it was reported that some places in Nairobi were experiencing riots.

Through paintings on walls, electicity posts and even the tarmac itself, the youth made clear that they intend to maintain peace after these elections, even if the presidential votes have not been counted in full.

Kibra is one of the world’s biggest slums, second in Africa, with Soweto is South Africa topping the list.

Here are some pictures of how the youth went round to ensure that Kibra citizens maintained peace:





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