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AU Condemns Bloody Clashes in Kenya, Calls for Peace

He also underscored the role of dialogue in resolving conflicts, urging national stakeholders to engage in meaningful talks to address the root causes of protests, emphasizing that this approach is essential for Kenya's well-being.

The African Union Commission’s Chairperson, Moussa Faki Mahamat, has expressed grave concerns about the violent clashes in Kenya that erupted in the wake of recent public protests

In a statement released by the Commission on Tuesday, June 25, 2024, Mahamat condemned the violence, noting the tragic loss of life and significant property damage that resulted from the unrest.

He appealed for peace and urged all parties to exercise restraint and avoid further violence.

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He also underscored the role of dialogue in resolving conflicts, urging national stakeholders to engage in meaningful talks to address the root causes of protests, emphasizing that this approach is essential for Kenya’s well-being.

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“The Chairperson reiterates the total solidarity of the African Union with the Government and People of Kenya and exhorts them to maintain peace, security and stability in the country,” said Faki.

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