Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Kyule Muli has today commissioned the Kakuyuni police station.
The station is expected to ensure security in the area and bring down cases of crime.
The residents will no longer go all the way to Kangundo to get services.
Muli said that the constituency development fund will soon disburse 4.2 million shillings to the station.
The funds are expected to help in the construction of a permanent residence for the officers and also fence the station.
"I know there are pending things like the quarters and fence which will be done with soon," said Muli.
Machakos county commander Issa Mohamoud urged the officers to work closely with the residents to ensure security in the area.
He warned that there should be no cases of officers harassing residents.
"I have heard that the people are good and the crime rate is down, I should not hear officers who are harassing locals," he said.
Other people who had attended the function include Kangundo sub county police commander Phylis Kanina and other officers. l
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