Interior CS Nkaissery threatens to sack Chiefs over illicit brew
Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery has threatened to sack Chiefs and their assistants if any illicit brew is found within their jurisdiction over the festive season.
Speaking at his Ilbisil village home in Kajiado County as he celebrated his 34th wedding anniversary, the CS called on the administrators to bolster their fight against the banned liquors.
Nkaissery also ordered all County Commissioners to enhance security measures during the end-year festivities, saying that they should partner with the citizenry to bolster security.
The CS urged members of the public to report any suspicious persons or activities to security forces, adding that citizens play an important role in keeping the country safe.
During the well-attended function, Maasai Elders presented Nkaissery with a Columbus Monkey hide-a token that is traditionally given to people who exhibit exemplary courage. The praised him for his work over the years, saying the profile of the community.
The function was attended by Samburu Governor Moses Lenolkulal, Kajiado Central MP Elija Memusi, local leaders and members of the community.
Nkaissery’s call for citizen participation in security matters comes just one day after security agencies released the names pictures and profiles of Kenya’s most wanted terror suspects, calling on the public to provide any information that could aid in the arrest of the criminals.
Among the list is notorious Abdifatah Abubakar Abdi aka Musa Muhajir, a Somali citizen who had been earlier deported having been illegally staying in the Coast. Abdifatah alongside his other associates Abdalla Muumin Abdalla, Suleiman Mohamed Awadh, Abdalla Siraj Marum, Mohamed Ali Ahmed and Hussein Said Omar are wanted for the roles they played in the Mpeketoni attacks.
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