Kenyan police assures citizen best service in post-election period
 Source : NewsBharati  Date : 10-Aug-2017

Nairobi, August 10: Kenya would suffer from violence it was predicted before the election. Making the prediction true, post-election Kenya is experiencing several clashes. Police had to fire tear gas to stop protesters in the port city of Kisumu and Mathare. Three people were reported. In such situation, Kenya’s Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinett has assured Kenyans of non-partisan policing.

"Our key consideration is to ensure that our people have the opportunity in a safe and secure environment to exercise their democratic rights. We are completely non-partisan, we shall be responsive to the needs of our citizens and stick fidelity to the law,” he said.

To assure citizens about safety a message was posted on Twitter. The video message said police is ready to offer the best service.

Opposition leader Raila Odinga termed the election “massive fraud” and demanded hackers broke into election commission computer systems overnight. The claim true or false prompted tension in Kenya.to control a group of protestors of opposition leader, Police had to fire tear gas and shot at the group.