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Police Update on Current Security Situation in Central Kenya as Vote Tallying Continues [Photos]

The August General Elections have so far been without much incident but the National Police Service has had to be called in in some occasions to ensure that no harm comes to any Kenyan.

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The Cabinet Secretary of Interior Security, Dr. Fred Matiang'i, had intimated that over 150,000 police officers had been deployed to man the August General Elections that was held on the 9th of August 2022 across the country.

The National Police Service Official Social Media Handle has been updating Kenyans on the security of their ballot papers from the time they leave the polling station upto the tallying center where they are handed over.

Security has been beefed up to ensure that no harm comes to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission as well as vandalism of the precious cargo that they are carrying with them.

In Central Kenya, the National Police Service has intimated that the election process went on without much incident and that the tallying process is going on smoothly across the various centers in the counties.

Here is the statement from National Police Service, "The Multi-agency security teams across the Central Region have continued to work round the clock to guarantee order and tranquility reigning supreme at the tallying centres.

The National Police Service has assured Kenyans that we have ensure that we have put in place enough measures to provide tight security in all parts of Kenya and thus we urge Kenyans to remain peaceful as well as exercise patience as the country awaits the announcement of final results."

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