The National Police today has sent a crucial message to all Kenyans on the fight against cybercrimes.
According to the National Police the government has always been keen in bringing to a stop computer misuse and also the cybercrimes related cases.
Today they have informed Kenyans that the Cabinet Secretary of Interior Fred Matiang'i has launched a National Computer and Cybercrimes committee to fight corruption.
The news is a good news to all Kenyans because the cases of Cybercrimes will reduce even as we are headed to the general election on 9th August 2022.
"LAUNCH OF NATIONAL COMPUTER AND CYBERCRIMES COORDINATION COMMITTEE.
The government is keen to bring to a stop computer misuse and other related Cybercrimes. This was announced by Cabinet Secretary @InteriorKE Dr. Fred Matiang'i during the Launch of National Computer" National Police Service tweeted on their official verified Twitter account.
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