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Police face uphill task in disarming Tana Delta

07 January 2013, 15:37

Tana Delta- Police in clash-hit Tana Delta district have intensified the disarmament exercise as the ultimatum issued by Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo to willingly surrender the illegal weapons expires.

According to Daily Nation, officer in charge of Rural Border Patrol Unit Patrick Mwaniki on Monday said his team has heightened operation to recover guns to avert any more clashes in the future.

Mwaniki said he has met leaders from the two warring communities, but the main challenge police were facing is lack of voluntary information from both the people which might help them (police) in ensuring the war ends.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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