Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa says there will be tight security at the stadium on Saturday when the Harambee Stars face Ghana in a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
This move is to provide tightened security is to check hooligans at the Kasarani Stadium.
Authorities have the decision to avert a recurrence of the chaos that broke out during the Mashemeji derby between AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia at the same venue two weeks ago.
Reports claim about a dozen people were injured in the scuffle while property worth millions of shillings were destroyed.
''The (Ghana) game is a big one, it has already attracted a lot of national interest. For those who wish to come and destroy seats in the stadiums, please do not come because you will be arrested and taken to court. We will deploy policemen and women from as far as the main bus stage leading to the stadium (about 1km away),'' said Mwendwa.
''Only those who wish to come and watch the game are welcome with their families.''
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