June 13 (Reuters) – A blast at a Kenyan prayer meeting including church leaders and politicians campaigning against a proposed new constitution injured at least 24 people, local media reported on Sunday.
The Kenya Television Network (KTN) reported that there were two blasts at the Uhuru Park.
“We have so many people injured and we have reports that one person may have lost his life…,” Agriculture Minister William Ruto, who was at the prayer meeting, told KTN. Police officials were not immediately available to comment.
Kenyans are due to vote on the new constitution in a referendum on Aug. 4.