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Just In: Good Message to All Police As Gov't Issued New Directive

The 2022 general elections are fast approaching and with the terrorist attacks seen in Uganda, the Kenyan government is doing everything possible to ensure that Kenyans are safe.

President Uhuru Kenyatta's pursuit of a prison guard is very important, especially in the aftermath of what happened in Uganda. There is a need for greater security ahead of the 2022 general elections and today the Kenyan police have received another boost.

According to the local police, the National Police Service (NPS) has received 101 new police vehicles under the Kenyan government's lease scheme for the NPS from CMC Motors Group Limited.

Commercial vehicles, primarily pickup trucks, will be useful in improving our performance and efficiency in providing public service. The lease program includes a machine work and an oil supply.

Those who came to receive the vehicles on behalf of the Inspector General of Police Mr. Julius Sunkuli, Head of Logistics and DCI headquarters of Mr. Bruno Shioso, a spokesman for the nearby police. Employees from CMC Motors Group Limited, ABSA Bank (financial managers), AL&R among other partners made the event.

In his remarks, Mr. Sunkuli praised the partnership as a motivation for supporting the police force. Other attendees echoed the sentiment, appreciating the partnership through a government lending program. 

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Bruno Shioso DCI NPS National Police Service Uganda


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