Just line any government, the Government of Kenya has all manner of employees. Many of these employees are civil servants whose jobs and responsibilities are clearly defined and are well known to the citizens and to the world. However, there is a category of employees of the government that work and operate in top secret. Their daily activities and operations are known to the President but hidden from the eyes of inquisitive citizens.
These are individuals working for the National Intelligence Service (NIS), previously referred to as the National Security Intelligence Service (NSIS). The work and activities of this organization is deemed too sensitive that it can not be shared with the general public. The exact manner of expenditure of this agency is not known to the public.
It is for security reasons that details of the employees of NIS are kept under the classified files. The principal role of NIS is to gather intelligence pertaining to national security. Thus in matters of national security, secrecy is an extremely valuable tool. Terrorists and other enemies must not get wind of our strengths and weaknesses as a nation.
The NIS experts and employees gathers both foreign and domestic intelligence. This information is used in decision making that is aimed at protecting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Republic of Kenya. Details of Kenyan intelligence professionals (NIS employees) such as their names, exact number or their exact responsibilities are not known, thus little or no obstacle can tamper with intelligence acquisition.
In the end, what we reveal is that the guys who don't speak and operate under cover are intelligence officials. To stay ahead of the game you have to remain silent. Enemies may be situated in all sections of the nation, waiting to listen to any sensitive security information that may leak from these officials.
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