Ruto Orders Increased Security Surveillance

Following its debut meeting on Thursday, November 10, 2022, the Kenya Kwanza cabinet this morning discussed rising concerns among Kenyans. 

The meeting noted that, overall, the country’s security situation is good, despite recent increases in crime in some areas, particularly in Nairobi.

There had been rampant muggings and robberies, particularly within the Nairobi business district, forcing citizens to be on the lookout.

In response to the security concern, the cabinet approved increasing security surveillance to prevent crime and authorized quick, firm measures to deal with all criminals. 

It was reported that the General Service Unit and the Executive Office of the President had sent out extra specialist police units to the Nairobi County Security command, which had been reformed and significantly strengthened.

President Ruto also lauded the Rapid Deployment Unit (RDU) security personnel for continuing to make significant personal sacrifices to protect our country and its borders.