Kenya – A Month in Pictutes

Each month we bring you a summary of some of the most interesting stories, in pictures, from the media. This feature is part of our weekly Kenya Security Information Service report. Below are some of December’s highlights.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta (centre) Deputy President William Ruto (second left) and former opposition leader Raila Odinga (second right) during the launch of the Building Bridges Initiative report at the Bomas of Kenya Nairobi. The report proposes constitutional changes to address the challenges facing Kenya. (Twitter)
President Uhuru Kenyatta at the Kenya Military Academy in Lanet, Nakuru County, where he presided over the commissioning of young officers on Thursday 28 November. (Twitter)
Nairobi County Governor Mike Sonko (in a white T-shirt) being escorted to a police aircraft after being arrested on the Nairobi-Mombasa Road in Voi on Friday 06 December. The Governor was transported to Nairobi and charged with corruption and other economic crimes. (Twitter)
Ten people were killed when a six-storey building collapsed in the Tassia area of Nairobi County on Friday 10 December. Several missing people are feared to have been trapped inside the building. (Citizen TV)
President Uhuru Kenyatta commissioned the newly constructed Modika Barracks in Garissa County, home to 6 Brigade of the Kenyan Army, on 13 December. (Ministry of Defence)
President Uhuru Kenyatta arriving at Nyayo Stadium, Nairobi for the Jamhuri Day celebrations on 12 December. (State House)
The Governor of Kiambu County Ferdinand Waititu was impeached by the Kiambu County Assembly for alleged abuse of office on Thursday 19 December. (Twitter)
The Kenyan Chief of Defence Force (CDF,) General Samson Mwathethe, visited Kenyan troops in Somalia on Sunday 22 December. (The Star)

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