President Uhuru Kenyatta today issued a directive to the National Police Service Commission in response to recent vandalism on government property and infrastructure by an undisclosed group of individuals. Speaking during an inspection of the country's infrastructure development, an enraged President Uhuru has ordered the arrest and prosecution of anyone found vandalizing the country's infrastructure.
This comes after the Head of State stated unequivocally that he will never tire of emphasizing infrastructure development and will never tire of ensuring Kenya's development plan is archived.
A portion of the historic railway has reportedly been vandalized in the rift valley by a segment of the nomadic population that has wreaked havoc on Laikipia and its environs.
The national police service will be asked to maintain vigilance and preserve the nation's infrastructure in the aftermath of this decree.
President Uhuru has been lauded by Kenyans and other politicians for his unflinching efforts to build the country.
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