Gangs and Political Violence in Kenya

By Naomi van Stapele Wanaich looked at me with an intense look in his eyes: “They just took that man… and cut him with a panga [machete in Kiswahili]. Then they come to me and ask for my ID. It was like a checkpoint. They put kuni [firewood in Kiswahili] and stones on the road. There was no way you could pass them, and they want to know if you are PNU so they look at your ID. I was scared

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