Police use tear gas on Lang’ata pupils protesting land grab

What you need to know:

  • Officer in charge of operation suspended by the acting Inspector-General of Police.
  • LSK forms team to seek prosecution of officers who used tear gas on the pupils.
  • Ngilu and Swazuri say land belongs to the school.

The officer in charge of an operation where tear gas was used on pupils during a protest at a school has been suspended, according to a statement from acting Inspector-General of Police Samuel Arachi.


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