The fifth president of the republic of Kenya, Dr. William Ruto will on 10th January 2023 preside over the Kenya police pass out parade, starting 9:00am. In attendance will be top government officials and Kenyans who will witness the important event.
The President of Kenya plays a very important role in police pass out parades. The President is usually invited to the event as the Chief Guest, and is expected to deliver a speech to the graduating officers. The President also presents awards and honours to the graduating officers for their successful completion of the training program. Furthermore, the President is expected to inspect the parade and congratulate the officers for completing the training and donning their uniforms for the first time.
The Kenya Police Pass Out is an important event because it marks the completion of police training and the start of a new career. It is a chance for the newly trained officers to be recognized for their hard work and dedication and to receive their official badge of office. It is also a chance for the families and friends of the officers to celebrate their accomplishment. Finally, the Pass Out is an opportunity for the police force to recognize the importance of its role in protecting the safety and wellbeing of citizens.
Don't forget to catch the action live at KBC Channel 1 starting 9:00am on 10th January 2023. You can follow us for more updates
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