When we ask questions about GoK responses to terror and why we have troops in Somalia, its instinct is to scapegoat the Judiciary. Just as it previously scapegoated refugees and Muslims and ethnic Somalis. That's what #JudiciaryAidingTerrorism is all about.
This is as an attempt by the state to shut our voices. As @crisiscoalition we remain unshaken. We implore the @edmnangagwa to stop human rights violations &restore civil liberties of people, send soldiers back to the barracks, restore internet service herald.co.zw/govt-to…
British Prime Minister Theresa May wins a no confidence vote by 19 votes.
Just yesterday, she lost a vote in Parliament on the #Brexit vote.
This woman has many lives, she keeps clinging on to power even when she looks set to lose it. #IronLady
.@Abbas_Gullet tells @KoinangeJeff that the death toll from #RiversideAttack could change. Also spoke of the bodies of 4 terrorists. Was that the total number of attackers? Others have reported there may have been up to 6 of them.
Now that @UKenyatta has promised to pursue "every single person that was involved in the funding, planning and execution" of #RiversideAttack, to date, how many of those "involved in the funding, planning and execution" of other terror attacks on Kenya has GoK brought to book?
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