Prof Kithure Kindiki, the ministry of interior and national administration cabinet secretary, made a rare TV interview on Citizen TV last night where he shared some details about his job at the critical docket that he inherited from former cabinet secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i.
According to Kindiki, his experience for the last fifty days or so serving at the helm of the country's security has been a difficult time. He says the job is the most difficult that he has ever done, saying he did not have such an experience when he was in the field of academia and in the Senate.
According to Kindiki, his day always end at 10pm every night and starts at 3.30am every morning because there is something that happens in his docket every morning that he has no option of missing.
He says at 4am every day, he receives security briefs from various sources and it is something that he must not miss. He says the briefs are crucial in the quest to keep the country safe.
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