2007–2008 Kenyan Crisis - Possible Continuation

Possible Continuation

The UN has warned that a repeat of the problems could occur after the next election unless Kenya strengthens its institutions and the perpetrators of the 2007 violence are punished. A BBC report in 2009 found that rival groups in Rift Valley Province, such as the Kalenjin and Kikuyu, are purchasing firearms such as AK-47 and G3 rifles, in readiness for anticipated violence at the 2013 poll.

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