Uasin Gishu senator Jackson Mandago is one of the prominent politicians from Rift Valley region. He first as the county governor for two terms before vying for the senatorial seat. While in senate during the approval of Japhet Koome as the New Inspector General of Police to replace IG Hillary Mutyambai who resigned, Mandago addressed the issue of police recruitment.
Photo : (Courtesy) Senator Jackson Mandago.
According to a post shared by Kenya Broadcasting Corporation on twitter, Mandago highlighted the issue of corruption in the police recruitment process. He said that IG Koome should ensure the process is transparent to help parents as they forced to sell their lands among other properties to secure an opportunity for their children.
He further talked about the need for new IG to heighten security in banditry zone areas of Kerio Valley to allow displaced people to return home.
Here is the link to watch the video. https://twitter.com/KBCChannel1/status/1590327323160559616?t=0E7uTIc1iXQV3-lj9eP1lw&s=19
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