Police disperse protestors in Nairobi’s Jeevanjee Gardens

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Police disperse protestors in Nairobi’s Jeevanjee Gardens (Courtesy/Twitter)

On Friday, Police were forced to dispersed protestors in Nairobi’s Jeevanjee Gardens.

Reports reaching Pulse Live, indicate that the match was inprotest of the recent Ugandan election outcome that saw the incumbent President Yoweri Museveni remain in power.

According to the Police, the protestors did not have a permit allowing them to hold a protest.

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