Photo Courtesy;CS Interior Kithure Kindiki in Nairobi CBD.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki has today made a rear appearance in the Nairobi CBD as crackdown on criminal activities intensifies while accompanied by security officers.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki has sparked reactions after he was spotted surrounded with security officers as he came to assess security situation in the busy Nairobi CBD.
His visit to the CBD comes as the police have intensified crackdown on criminals that had created fears within Nairobi and it's environs.
He had warned the criminals that the government was coming for them if they did not leave their criminal activities. This was also echoed by Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome.
It should be noted that through an executive order, President William Ruto had deployed the General Service Unit, GSU together with Rapid Deployment Unit, RDU in the Nairobi CBD to help the regular police officers in maintaining law and order
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