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Government committed to provide security -Matiang’i.

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Cs Fred Matiangi with Nyamira women Rep Jerusha Momanyi , kitutu Masaba MP Shadrack Mose at Tombe girls onn Friday .

By gusii star .

Nyamira 17 DEC 2021 Interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiang’i has restated the governments commitment to provide security to aspirants seeking political seats in the impending general elections. 

Speaking at Sironga girls and Riooga secondary schools  in Nyamira county the CS said aspirants for political seats in next year’s general elections will be given security to campaign anywhere as long as they  did not abuse the privilege. 

He urged Kenyans at grassroots to volunteer information on criminal elements for the government to take action. 

According to Matiang’i rural areas were not shielded from acts of terrorism adding the residents should always be on the lookout to alert the authorities. 

He said insecurity prone areas in the country had been identified and that the government will beef security especially during the on going Christmas and new year festivities. 

The CS directed national government administration to ensure uncollected national identity cards totalling to 82,000 at various civil registration offices were delivered to the owners to facilitate voting. 

During the visit, Matiang’i laid  foundation stones for a 3000 capacity multipurpose hall at Sironga  girls Sec.School and another for a twin dormitory for 1000 students at Riooga.