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Police on high alert

25 December 2012, 13:00

Nairobi - Police announced on Tuesday they will remain on a high alert throughout the Christmas festivities to curb terrorism threats and other criminal incidents across the country.

In a statement to Capital News Deputy Commissioner of Police Francis Okonya said adequate police deployments had been made to strategic areas known to be key terrorist targets, and urged members of the public to cooperate.

Okonya went on to add that the war against terrorism can only be won through the support of all Kenyans.

- For more visit Capital News

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