NASA yet to file notice of holding any meeting on Tuesday- Koome

November 25, 2017 3:57 pm
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Nairobi Police boss Japheth Koome says none of the Officers Commanding Stations have received any request for approval/CFM NEWS

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 25- Police are yet to receive any notice for a parallel meeting on Tuesday, during President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto swearing-in ceremony, set to be held at Kasarani stadium.

Nairobi Police boss Japheth Koome says none of the Officers Commanding Stations have received any request for approval.

He says until such a request has been made, there will be no other meeting, cautioning that police will be firm on those who will breach the law.

“Whoever has the intention to do that, and he doesn’t want to involve police, tell him that the law deals with that firmly. The law must be followed,” he said.

“All Kenyans must obey the law, there is no option. The impunity I have been seeing…and we have seen us take action against perpetrators, that will continue.”

NASA leader Raila Odinga has announced plans of holding what he terms as a memorial ceremony at Jacaranda grounds, in respect of victims of police brutality.

Already, Nairobi County Government has declared Uhuru Park a no-go zone for National Super Alliance on Tuesday.
The County Government has cautioned against camping at the historical ground on that day, warning of a stern action against trespassers.

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