Economic element to discord witnessed in informal settlements: Koome

November 19, 2017 (4 weeks ago) 6:58 pm
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Baba Dogo residents make their way past GSU officers on Sunday under instruction to hold their hands up and make the affirmation that “there is only one government in power,” after a morning of running battles/COSMUS MWONGELA

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 19 – Nairobi police boss Japheth Koome has raised concerns over the incitement by politicians against landlords.

Koome says politicians have been inciting Kenyans not to pay rent  destroying relationships between tenants and landlords.

He says that the police are working with landlords to see the issue is resolved.

“We should not be destroying relationships between tenants and landlords, leaders should stop inciting Kenyans,” he said.

He warned that anyone who is found culpable will face full force of the law.

“We already have evidence of some politicians who have been inciting Kenyans, we will be making arrests soon,” he said, refusing to give names.

Koome was speaking to journalists at his offices in Nairobi on Sunday.

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