The interior cabinet secretary professor Kithure Kindiki has discussed about the security of the country today , a docket which he inherited with much complications. However he has revealed what he and the first in command might be forced to do to end banditry in the coming days.
According to the video clip from a reliable source, the interior cabinet secretary has revealed that they will use all the reliable and available resources to end banditry in North Eastern part of kenya and if need be him and the first in command William Ruto will be forced invoke the constitution and put ask for help from other countries to end the banditry.
He also added that invoking the constitution will see external military personnel engaging in the war against banditry. He has said that they are ready to transfer those police officers from Nairobi and locate them in the affected areas since those involved in the banditry are used to impunity which won't be tolerated. Watch video from 1 minute
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