Tight security as Kenya marks 49th Mashujaa day
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Tight security as Kenya marks 49th Mashujaa day

Nairobi : Kenya | Oct 20, 2012 at 5:33 AM PDT
Source: Daily Nation
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Kenya marks her 49th year of independence on Saturday amid heightened security occasioned by its first major post-colonial war against Islamic militants in neighbouring Somalia. The venue of the celebrations, Nyayo stadium, was on Saturday cordoned with heavily armed army personnel in a scale... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Nation
 
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