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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KITUO offices to remain closed. This is to inform you all that all KITUO offices shall remain closed from Tuesday, 31st March 2020 to Monday, 13th April 2020. This is in response to the safety measures outlined by H.E. The President of The Republic of Kenya and our commitment and obligation to support the government’s effort in safeguarding the nation against the COVID-19 Corona Virus pandemic.

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Kituo Staff Trained on M-Haki by Ushahidi

Kituo cha Sheria on Tuesday- 3rd March, 2020 hosted the team of Ms. Monica Nthiga, Director of Implementation and Ms. Staicy Gitau, Engagement and Support Officer from Ushahidi at the Head office, Nairobi. Ushahidi, which translates to “testimony” in Swahili, is a technology-social enterprise founded in 2008. The technology leader in Africa, headquartered in Nairobi, with a global team has partnered with Kituo since 2016 working on the M-Haki-‘Haki Mkononi’ deployment.

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