Today, reports have emerged that the government of the republic of Kenya under the leadership of president William Samoe Ruto has deployed the General Service Unit Police, GSU in some parts of Nairobi county. According to reports established by the Tuko news, the goverment made this move after the cabinet meeting which was held yesterday at Statehouse.
Reports says that these GSU and RDU will be tasked to deal with criminals who have increased rapidly in the capital city. This deployment came in just some few hours after a new police commander of Nairobi county was appointed. Mr Manasse Musyoka was replaced with Mr Bungei who was previously serving in Turkana county. All these moves are being made to boost the security in the city. These changes were announced by the new inspector general of police, Mr Japheth Koome.
"The Cabinet has sanctioned the deployment of a specialised force from the General Service Unit (GSU) and the Rapid Deployment Unit (RDU) to augment the police in dealing with the surging insecurity that has been witnessed in the capital, Nairobi. In a meeting chaired by President William Ruto on Tuesday, November 15, the Cabinet noted the reorganisation of the Nairobi City security command and the need to upscale security surveillance within the city to deter crime." Said the reports." Said the reports.
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