Kitengela has seen an instant intensification of security in the region as earlier assured. The current inspector general of security in Kitengela has disclosed information on how the security levels in Kitengela have been beefed up. Hillary Mutyambai, the inspector general has cited the intensification of security with the increased abduction levels in the region. The region has been reporting numerous cases of both murder and abductions which prompted strict and more effective solutions to prevent continued disturbances in the region. The police have been deployed in the streets to engage in handling the ever-rising insecurity levels in the once peaceful town of Kitengela. The criminal activities in the region had caused a nationwide uproar as millions moved to condemn the slow actions that the government was not inputting to bring peace and tranquillity to the region. Members of the public have also been urged to report any suspicious activities and people who may be working hard to bring disturbance in the region.
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