Kenya Police Visit Ex-President Kenyatta’s Farm After Invasion

Kenya Police Visit Ex-President's Farm After Invasion (News Central TV)

Police in Kenya have visited a farm owned by former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta’s family after it was partly burned down by intruders on Monday.

The looters cut down trees and stole sheep from the farm, which is situated on the outskirts of Nairobi. According to local reports, armed officers present did not interfere.

Kenya Police Visit Ex-President's Farm After Invasion (News Central TV)

Officers visited the farm on Tuesday to evaluate the damage, but were chastised on social media for acting too late. Workers were seen demolishing iron-sheet structures built by the invaders in media video from the farm.

Earlier, the Independent Police Oversight Authority, IPOA of Kenya said it is looking into two instances on Monday where private property in the nation’s capital Nairobi was left unprotected by the police.

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It is also investigating into the shooting in the western city of Kisumu that left dead and injured and was purportedly carried out by police.

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