The National Police Service (NPS) is continuing with its preparations as the country heads to the eagerly awaited general elections on August 9.
Officers have been undertaking several drills as a way of getting ready for everything and ensuring the country remains in good shape during and after the election
According to NPS, a series of election security preparedness activities have been taking place at police establishments in parts of the country as the Service seeks to equip individual police officers with the requisite knowledge and skills in the management of election security.
In Murang'a County, officers at the Nyakiana Police Station were taken through protective security and prevention of terrorism in a session conducted by the station's OCS, Chief Inspector Erick Ngaruthi.
More so, Gatanga Sub-County headquarters hosted police officers drawn from different services under the National Police Service for anti-riot drills practice.
A similar training also went on at the Kangema Police Station where the OCS, Chief Inspector Joyce Mbote conducted election preparedness lessons
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