200 Congolese detained by Kenyan police

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newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.comKasarani stadium

Nairobi, Kenya- they were arrested on surprise operation of Kenyan police last Sunday 04, 2014 at the various places of worship in kasarani, many of them had had left their family members at home, and now they have spent three days without food.

Kenyan authorities insist that the Congolese refugees of Banyamulenge ethnic must go to refugees’ camp if they are genuine refugees.

Many of these Congolese are claim that they are at Kasarani stadium without water and food.

The separated families request time to re unite and go to the camp.

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