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Just In: Interior CS Kindiki Now Takes Action on Banditry, Holds a Day Long Deliberations meeting

Banditry is one of the insecurity threat to pastoralist communities living in Rift Valley and Eastern region of Kenya. Government through the ministry of Interior Security and Coordination have set measures to curb it including deployment of Police Reservist to support other security guards. However, some cases are still being witnessed in some parts of Laikipia and Samburu counties.

Photo: (Courtesy) Kithure Kindiki, Interior Security Cabinet Secretary.

Today, the Interior Security Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki held a day long deliberations meeting on a county-by-county basis with leaders from the pastoralist regions. Taking to his twitter account, Kindiki said that he held a meeting with leaders from Kisumu, Tana River, Isiolo, Elgeiyo-Marakwet, Kitui and Kisii counties at Harambe House, Nairobi.

He said further that they agreed to guarantee a peaceful, secure and prosperous Kenya in which inclusive socioeconomic development materializes.

The leaders who were present include Elgeiyo-Marakwet County governor Wesley Rotich among others.

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Interior Security and Coordination Isiolo Kindiki Kisumu Tana River


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