May 17, 2022

PHOTOS: 298 cadets graduate at the National Police College Main Campus in Kiganjo in Nyeri County

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President Uhuru Kenyatta addressed the graduation parade of 298 direct entry inspectorate cadet officers at the National Police College Main Campus, Kiganjo in Nyeri County.
The President hailed the graduation of the cadet officers, 220 male and 78, as historical noting that 35,400 officers had joined the National Police Service during his administration.
The Head of State said the growing number of police officers is part of the ongoing retooling of the security sector so as to make Kenya a secure and peaceful nation.
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At the ceremony, also attended by several senior Gov’t officials among them Interior CS Dr Fred Matiang’i, the President announced a national cessation of scrap metal business due to rising cases of vandalism of key infrastructure, and advised the police to execute their mandate without fear or favor as the country prepares for the forthcoming election.
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