On August 8th 2017, Kenya conducted its 4thgeneral elections since the inception of multiparty democracy in the country. Regular elections in Kenya is laudable considering that it signifies the entrenchment of electoral democracy in any society that practices it. Other tenets of democracy include Inter alia the rule of law and

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On August 8 Kenya voted in its second set of elections since the promulgation of the new constitution in 2010 that ushered in devolved system of governance. The election provided an opportunity for the change of guards of its kind at the county level. The peaceful handover of power from

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Policing is inseparable from the political context in which it is situated, whichever system of law enforcement or politics is in operation. As with many countries with recent colonial pasts, Kenya has experienced law enforcement as control imposed by an alien culture, then as an infrastructure left behind by a

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The Kenya Police have persisted in the use of unconventional, illegal means in managing crowds during peaceful street protests and demonstrations. This is a trend that has not only affects the common mwananchibut also the political class, specifically those in the opposition or those opposing government policies and unconstitutional decisions.

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