“Kenyans are Determined to Keep Peace”

The Rift Valley region has been a hot zone for potential violence during each electioneering period. To curb this, the National Security Council has approved additional resources and security services. All of which will bolster the deployment of personnel and equipment including aerial assets in Molo, Kuresoi, Eldoret, and other areas in the country mapped out as vulnerable to disturbance. The move is set to ensure peace prevails in the area. So far eight suspects have been arrested for spreading violence and inciting leaflets.

 “I am convinced beyond any shadow of a doubt, I have intelligence officers here who will tell you Kenyans are determined to be peaceful. They love their country and they want a peaceful country,” CS Fred Matiang’i.

There will be no room for any form of hate speech or inflammatory utterances. As a Multi-agency security team has been formed to monitor in real-time political gatherings and all forms of public addresses done by leaders. To help with the prosecution of such incidences in all counties.

In addition to this, a multi-agency command centre has also been established in Nakuru to provide 24/7 support to Kenyans drawing attention to security incidents.

“I have faith in the citizens of this country.”


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