KTN reporter Duncan Khaemba was on Saturday briefly held by police in Kilimani Police Station after being arrested while on duty.
Khaemba was covering the protests in Kibera when police started restricting the media’s access to the area. He was arrested and whisked to Kilimani Police Station.
He was later released.
The protest are in response to the announcement of the presidential results on Friday night that saw president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy president re-elected.
Kibera is among other opposition strongholds in the country experiencing skirmishes.
Protestors lit bonfires and engaged police in running battles on Friday night and Saturday.
— KTN News (@KTNNews) August 12, 2017