DPP Nordin Haji Leaves Coast Region Residents With This Strong Message, Reveals This
By joemuca | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 0 views
Criminal activities have been ravaging the country with most crimes ending up in courts and justice delayed. CS Interior Fred Matiang'i and IG Mutyambai have been directed by President Uhuru Kenyatta to make sure that they put their men on ground to make sure Kenyans are safe from insecurities and all threats that may affect Kenyans.
It is so unfortunate that criminal activities that occur some are committed by the police and officials. The extrajudicial killings have been causing the loos of many innocent Kenyans and according to DPPNordin Haji Revealed that Coast region being the most affected. He left this message.
"Cases of extra legal killings in Coast Region has reduced by 26% in 2 years", DPP Noordin Haji has said. He has lauded all criminal justice actors in the Region for the achievement & urged for more community engagements. #HakiNaUsawa #HumanRights. Noordin Made it clear. He also added that he will continue working together with other officials to make sure that the affected are served with justice.
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