Kenya: Hundreds at risk after forced evictions
Hundreds of people have been made homeless and urgently need food, water and shelter, following a mass forced eviction by the government of Kenya. The forced eviction affected an estimated 1,000 residents and market traders in the settlement of Kabete NITD, in the capital, Nairobi. Other residents of the settlement believe they are at imminent risk of forced eviction.
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