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SOMALIA human rights body advocating for the youth and vulnerable groups from Kiamaiko has raised concerns about somali youths being victimised and unlawfully branded as terrorists.

Amina muhammed who works with Ongoza njia organisation  says that those arrested are held with no trial and are constantly beaten by the wardens so that they can confess to those crimes.

She also said that getting official documentation from the government institutions had proved a nightmare since they are always being asked for bribes and being harrased with claims that they were not from Kenya.

She has called on the government to help these vulnerable groups and to restore dignity to the Kenyan born Somalis.