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Teargas and running battles near Moi Girls School

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Tuesday morning was a no-go-zone in Makina area as armed police officers engaged locals in running battles.

Stalls and other structures neighboring Moi Girls were demolished by the National Disaster Management unit as they are on spot after the rape incident in Moi Girls School.

Bulldozers from the Nairobi city council were deployed to oversee the demolitions as police officers provided security.

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Hell broke loose when a community water tank was brought down despite pleas from the locals.Tear gas was thrown in the air to disperse the irritated youths.

The demolitions come in the wake of Kilimani Area Police Chief Michael Muchiri vowing to improve security in the area until they unearth the rapist responsible for the terror that occurred in the school.

In the meantime,all male teacher of moi girls High School have been ordered to provide their DNA so as to assist in the investigation.

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Slavian Mwangecho
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