Kindiki warns leaders to stop meddling in security operations

Wednesday, December sixth, 2023 05:51 | By

Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki. PHOTO/Print

Inside Cupboard Secretary Kithure Kindiki. PHOTO/Print

Inside Cupboard Secretary Kithure Kindiki yesterday warned politicians towards interfering in safety issues.

Kindiki mentioned there’s a must delink politics from safety issues.

“We is not going to permit them to meddle with safety issues. Regulation enforcement companies should be allowed to do their work. Politicians who through the years have used banditry and livestock rustling as their political instrument should know instances have modified,” he mentioned.

The CS pledged to streamline the recruitment of Nationwide Police Reservists (NPRs).

Talking when he visited Namba and Kamenjo areas in Baringo North Sub-County, Kindiki mentioned a transparent operational command will probably be arrange to make sure reservists are usually not sucked into native politics.


The brand new operational and structural design of NPRs, he mentioned, will kick off this month to make sure the weapons they’re allotted are usually not misused and that they’re accountable.

“Their essential work will probably be to assist the Kenya Police Service and KDF troopers seal off escape routes utilized by bandits as a result of they’ve a greater understanding of the terrain being locals,” he mentioned.

He added: “There is no such thing as a tradition that enables folks to steal different folks’s livestock, kill harmless folks and impoverish them. That’s thuggery.”

The CS additionally requested residents affected by banditry to staff up with the federal government to defeat the bandits.
He mentioned vital strides have been made in direction of ending banditry.

“The officers now we have deployed will probably be on the bottom endlessly. This isn’t a one-off deployment. Banditry and livestock theft will probably be a factor of the previous,” he mentioned.


His assertion come days after leaders from West Pokot County protested what they mentioned was skewed deployment of the NPRS officers.

Addressing the press at Parliament buildings, the MPs accused the federal government of discrimination in allocation of officers, thereby exposing the Pokot to assaults by their neighbours.

Pokot South MP David Pkosing, Samuel Moroto (Kapenguria), Titus Lotee (Kacheliba), Peter Lokachapong (Sigor) and Girl Rep Rael Aleutum mentioned that they had raised the matter with President William Ruto of their assembly final month and he had promised to handle their considerations however nothing had been performed to this point.

“The President assured us that Inside CS Kithure Kindiki will handle the inequality by assembly us however one month later, the CS has by no means met us and our persons are struggling,” mentioned Pkosing.

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