Nairobians urged to embrace culture of brotherhood

The  Nairobi Regional Commissioner (RC), Wilson  Njega  has called on residents of Nairobi County to build a culture of brotherhood, to safeguard against acts of terrorism and violent extremism in the county. He  said  the  culture  of  collective  responsibility  where  each  individual becomes  his  brother’s  keeper will  make each  individual responsible on the community welfare, […]

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Nairobi worst hit by violent extremism, report

A  report  released on Tuesday by Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) has revealed that business enterprises in Nairobi County have been the biggest causality of Violent Extremism (VE). Further analysis of the report also revealed that 69 per cent of large enterprises in Nairobi County have experienced VE compared to 59 per cent of small […]

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