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Abraham Kithure Kindiki, is a Kenyan politician, Lawyer and Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Administration of National Government. He was appointment after the President William Samoei Ruto, won the presidency elections.
Today, Interior Cabinet Secretary Abraham Kithure Kindiki, visited Ketut in Volatile Kerio Valley, following the latest incident where two young girls were killed by bandits while herding cattles.
He was accompanied by the Principal Secretary in the ministry of interior coordination Raymond Omollo, a grand entry into the area for a meeting that brought together several security apparatus to discuss the ever-increasing cases of insecurity in the area.
The cabinet secretary saying that routers administration will not lay low as they watch bandits take over the area which according to him is trying to stretch the government's resilience and intimidation to the rule of law.
The Cabinet secretary is expected to address the media after the meeting to give the way forward on the government's plan to try and curb The Rising cases of insecurity in the area which has forced some schools and villages to shut down for fear of attacks
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