Leaders want refugee camps closed down

The leaders spoke on April 6, 2015 at Boma Hotel in Nairobi and pledged Sh15 million for the affected families. PHOTO | AGGREY MUTAMBO |

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  • They vowed to campaign against radicalization while admitting that some mosques have been behind radicalisation.

Leaders from the northeastern region say they want the Dadaab refugee camp shut down as part of efforts to tame the Al-Shabaab menace.


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