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Nearly half of Kenyans surveyed by police watchdog report abuses by officers

Reuters Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Nearly half of Kenyans surveyed by the government's police watchdog IPOA said they had suffered police abuse of power, according to a survey it released on Wednesday, underscoring the scale of the task the body faces in holding officers to account.
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