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Kituo receives favourable judgment on curfew order

Nairobi Const. Pet 120 of 2020 Law Society Of Kenya V Attorney General & 8 Others was a case filed by the LSK challenging the constitutionality of the Public Order (Curfew Order) 2020 for among other being unconstitutional. Kituo Cha Sheria was enjoined as the 4th Interested Party. KITUO took great exception to the police use of unreasonable force by the police.

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Corona Virus Information

Corona virus is a new respiratory disease which is highly contagious and it’s mainly spread from person-to-person. The COVID-19 virus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes, so it’s important that you also practice respiratory etiquette.

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Kituo moves to Court over police brutality

KITUO was moved into action by the police brutality meted on innocent Kenyans following the enforcement of the curfew. There have been reports of more than two people including a 13-year old boy losing their lives due to excessive force meted by the police. Law enforcement agents remain accountable even during the COVID-19 pandemic as constitutional guarantees are not suspended by the disease or a curfew. The petition will be heard next week 9th April 2020 for final determination.

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