Interior Cabinet Secretary professor Kithure Kindiki on Monday, 28th, November, 2022 made an impromptu visit to Nairobi CBD that has been a hotspot for muggers. The CS during his tour assured Nairobians safety and security as he promised that the situation will soon normalise in the city. Professor Kindiki informed that the security agents in partnership with business owners will intensify crack down on thugs who have been terrorising residents of Nairobi.
At the same time Kindiki has delivered good news to Azimio leader Raila Odinga. He said that he will provide security to Raila. Kindki claimed that President William Ruto's government has good plans for Raila. Reports have emerged that the government will provide security during Raila Odinga’s Wednesday public consultations rally that is to take place at Kamukunji Grounds in Nairobi. Raila has already unveiled his plans to hold the public forums to get the views of Kenyans on the fate of the four embattled commissioners.
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