The President of the Republic of Kenya, who is also the Head of State and Government and the Commander-in-Chief, is said to be receiving intelligence briefs from all the security apparatus and agencies. The reports are filed by what is known as the Presidential Daily Brief (PDB), a team that comprise of National Intelligence Service (NIS), the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), and the Military Intelligence from the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF), that provide him with local and International daily summary of high-level, all-source information and analysis on national security issues.
According to a source, Uhuru Kenyatta receives intel every morning, with insiders detailing that the meetings are held between 6am and 6:30am. According to Kenyans.co.ke, The Kenya’s PDB secret agents, headed by the Military Intelligence and the NIS both within the country and overseas, compile the classified information overnight, package it in confidential and encrypted formats to prevent unauthorized access. The report is presented to Uhuru in listicle format, with the crucial intel given the topmost priority.
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