Kiyiapi calls for security measures address ethnic conflict
27 August 2012, 12:44
RBK presidential aspirant Prof. James Ole Kiyiapi has decried the lack of security measures to address the recent rise in inter-ethnic conflicts such as the recent Tana massacre.
Kiyiapi said that signs were already out that conflicts might arise and no action was taken by the different arms of the government to arrest the situation.
He said that it was sad indeed for this country to lose its citizenry in such a manner that could be averted if the required arms of the government took their work serious.
Kiyiapi send his condolences to the families of the Tana victims and also the families of the children who died in a dormitory inferno at Asumbi Girls Primary boarding school. He asked teachers to take into consideration the safety of our children and not only concerntrate on the m passing exams at the expense of their lives.
He was speaking at Lood – Ariak in Kajiado North Constituency where he was the chief guest at a graduation function hosted for Terriano Lonsancha by the Ryerson University of Canada.
In attendance were, Prof. Margaret Kamar Minister for Higher education, Sheldon Levy the president Ryerson University Canada, Prof. Jean Golden the professor for social work Ryerson University, Mary the director of higher education Ryerson University and Jamie Bell the political counselor Canadian High Commission in Kenya.
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