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  1. Avatar Tony M. October 24th, 2013 at 1:56 pm

    Whaat??!!! eti inciting and hate speech? limit to media freedom??!!! they should keep their officers in check to be more patriotic and follow the laws they enforce then the media will have only good thing to report!! You should point your anger in the right direction chief!!!

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  2. Avatar francis October 24th, 2013 at 3:00 pm

    The media in Kenya should have freedom with responsibility, they are not above the law and should challenge any threats through the legal framework.

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  3. Avatar GOVNT October 24th, 2013 at 3:08 pm

    WTF?……….
    KDF………………………….KENYA DASANI FORCES
    KDF………………………….KENYA DRINKING FORCES
    KDF………………………….KENYA DRUNKEN FORCES
    KDF………………………….KENYA DINGO FORCES
    KDF………………………….KENYA DESTRUCTION FORCES
    KDF………………………….KENYA DISTURBING FORCES
    KDF………………………….KENYA DUMB FORCES
    KDF………………………….KENYA DICK FORCES
    KDF………………………….KENYA DOZING FORCES ………..E.T.C. ……………E.T.C…….WOUNT U JOIN IN………..?

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  4. Avatar francis October 24th, 2013 at 3:23 pm

    Mr kIMAIYO. are you party to the, looting. if all the evidence regarding looting has been shared to the common mwananchi who pays taxes for your offices to loot instead of protecting the lives of kenyans then, u don’t know what u are talking about. why don’t u arrest your officers first before seeing the speck on the kenyan media. simple u all slept on ur job. in short u mean itz right for ur officers to loot

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  5. Avatar maina muchiri October 24th, 2013 at 5:15 pm

    Hey ordinary citizens, do not loot! our police forces hate competition!

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  6. Avatar Natty Dread October 29th, 2013 at 3:01 pm

    And today, the same police have arrested the wife of a KDF officer in Nakuru selling Westgate loot?

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