Kithure Kindiki, the Secretary of the Cabinet for the Interior, has revealed what life has been like since he took over the crucial office and docket from Dr. Fred Matiangi. He spoke about how life has changed.
After he took over duties from his predecessor, the soft-spoken CS has pointed out that things have been difficult for his family, particularly for his wife and their children, especially since he began those tasks.
He mentioned that he is required to get up at 3:30 in the morning on every day of the week. He explained to me that he gets up at that hour so that he can review security briefings from all over the country.
Because he begins receiving the briefs precisely at 4 am, he is required to be awake and ready to go by 3:30 am in order to keep up with the schedule.
Even though he gets up at such an early hour, he doesn't get to bed until well after ten o'clock at night.
Fortunately, the customer service representative mentioned that he has adjusted to it, and that his family is likewise making the most of the new normal.
"I am required to be awake every day at 3:30 in the morning in order to begin receiving security briefings at 4 in the morning. If it's not beyond ten o'clock at night, I simply can't go to sleep. It has not been an easy situation for me, my wife, or my children; but, they are all handling it very well "TV 47 cites the CS in their report.
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