The Cabinet Secretary for Ministry of Interior and National Administration, Hon Kithure Kindiki has today interacted with the residents of Nairobi County in Nairobi CBD. CS Kithure Kindiki says that he is now happy since the strategy that was set to win back the City from the hands of rogue elements is baring fruits as he was informed by the traders who are now able to operate for long hours without fear within the streets of Nairobi CBD.
Photo courtesy of former Cabinet Secretary serving in the Ministry of Interior Dr. Fred Matiang'i. Former Cabinet Secretary serving in the Ministry of Interior Dr. Fred Matiang'i is remembered for his strict rules during his service. He imposed various restrictions in different fields as he intended to enhance security in the country.
Beginning next January local Chiefs will be issued with guns as well as assigned five police officers. Governance expert Javas Bigambo thinks that before such a radical policy shift is implemented, Kenyans need to be told why such decisions were arrived at as well as the plans in place to protect civilians against improper use.
CCTV Shows Man Being Attacked & Robbed in His Car at Another Incident that Allegedly Happened in Nairobi
Increased criminal activities have been witnessed within the city of Nairobi. The criminals have been mugging and violently robbing locals. But the government has since issued a warning to the thugs. The government through the Ministry of Interior has said that the criminals will be dealt with according to the law.
Kindiki's Aide Reveals What He Is Planning After Reports That Kenya Police Officers Are On A Go Slow
As The Star reports, a section of members of the national police service (NPS) are on a silent go slow allegedly over the ongoing investigation and incarceration of nine officers from the now disbanded Special service unit (SSU), a unit that was put together by former DCI boss George Kinoti.
The media is typically in charge of informing Kenyans about the authorities as soon as they get press reports and media pronouncements. Unfortunately, there are times when the media misrepresents facts and disseminates false information, necessitating clarification from the authorities. According to a Facebook post by Record TV, Kenyan police will soon begin donning uniforms without pockets.
The Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki has today made a move towards stopping the ruthless bandits who have been killing innocent Kenyans before stealing their livestock. Kindiki has today held crucial discussions with leaders from Turkana County, one of the counties that record endless banditry attacks According to the report issued by the Ministry of Interior, the CS and the other leaders discussed ways of enhancing security across the region
Interior Cabinet Secretary Hon. Professor Kithure Kindiki this morning met with Inspector General of police Japheth Koome as details of their discussion revealed. According to the reports reaching the desk of the Opera news writer, Kithure Kindiki and Koome met today for a series of discussion. Revealing their details of discussion, Ministry of Interior has informed that Kithure Kindiki and Inspector General of police was meeting today for consultations around the framework to address security in the country.
President William Samoei Ruto on Wednesday picked his list of Principal Secretaries who will work in his Kenya Kwanza Administration in the Executive Arm of the government. This is after a series of interviews were conducted with more than 500 individuals who were interested in the position applied in recent weeks.
Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government programs CS Kithure Kindiki has on Tuesday conducted a high profile meeting at his offices in Nairobi. He has revealed that he met with several stakeholders in the security sector who are in charge of surveillance and most especially at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi.
The Kenyan government, led by President William Ruto, has been working tirelessly through the Ministry of Interior Security to end banditry in the country's most troubled regions, notably the northern part. A highly trained special multi-agency squad under a police unit whose slogan is 'Operation Komosha Uhalifu' has reportedly killed one bandit today, according to a report made on Wednesday morning.
National Assembly is scheduled to debate on various issues concerning recognition of village elders in the administrative units. The famous 'Wazee wa Mtaa' play a central role in administration. They help the chiefs and county commissioner in ensuring that coexistence is maintained in the society. In Most villages, elders are handling cases arising.
On Wednesday a total of 22 new ministers took the oath of office as they prepared to take over from Uhuru's cabinets. Here are some ministers who will be facing hard task in their new jobs: 1. Kithure Kindiki (Ministry of Interior) The new minister of interior and national affairs is one of the few new ministers who will be inheriting tough tasks from their predecessor.
Kenyans were eager to know whether tomorrow was a holiday or not. Kenyans have been busy with holidays and they want it to be scheduled everyday. Tomorrow has been ruled out according to the information sent to newsrooms. This comes when a letter circulating online had urged Kenyans that tomorrow was a holiday but the ministry has come out clearly and stated that the letter circulating is fake and void.
Thank you my dear readers and welcome to my daily news updates. The Ministry of Interior headed by Prof Kithure Kindiki has a huge mandate of ensuring that Kenyans are secure. Today Interior CS Kithure Kindiki has showered praises on police officers across the country saying that majority of them are diligent and professional in their work.
When President William Ruto picked him as the Interior CS candidate, some felt the move wasn't the best. Some argued that Ruto could have left Matiangi alone, but Kitule Kindiki proved his worth during the judging process and now that he has the job, he is proving his worth to the country.
No Nonsense President Ruto's Interior CS Make A Big Move As He Plans To Deal With North Rift Bandits
Some individuals didn't think it was the finest choice when President William Ruto chose him as his Interior CS nominee. Some people said that Ruto could have simply kept Matiang'i, but Kithure Kindiki proved himself during the hiring process, and it appears that he is eager to prove himself to the country.
The government has broken silence following the allegations that it will soon hand policemen and women uniforms without pockets. The Interior CS Kithure Kindiki refuted the claims that have been making rounds on social media. The government stated it will continue to prioritize reforms that dignify the Police and complement their capacities for an effective discharge of their duties.
Ten social media users have been arrested for allegedly impersonating top government officials in the country. According to the latest report, the suspect is currently in police custody awaiting arraignment in court. The ten individuals have been arrested for impersonating the First Lady of the Republic of Kenya Mama Rachael Ruto, Defense Cabinet Secretary Aden Duale, and the Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Interior Kithure Kindiki.
Professor Kithure Kindiki, the Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National Government, responded via his official Facebook page hours after President William Ruto and the President of South Africa reached an agreement allowing holders of Kenyan passports entry into South Africa without a VISA for up to 90 days.