Govt to procuring extra aircrafts to enhance security

Interior CS Joseph Ole Lenku said his ministry is doing everything necessary to ensure that the Nyumba kumi initiative achieves its intended results

By George Kithuka

Interior cabinet secretary Joseph Ole Lenku has announced new security measures as the government moves to enhance security across the country. 

Speaking in Kajiado County, Ole Lenku said the government will be procuring extra aircrafts and new vehicles to assist in surveillance.

The latest development coming as members of the opposition intensified their calls to have Mombasa county commissioner Nelson Marwa sacked for alleged failure to combat runaway crime in the region.

Ole Lenku said his ministry is doing everything necessary to ensure that the Nyumba kumi initiative achieves its intended results.

Meanwhile Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has urged president Kenyatta to sack Mombasa county commissioner Nelson Marwa over alleged utterances linking CORD to continuous attacks in Mombasa.

He said Marwa has failed to play his role in arresting runaway crime in Mombasa county.

His sentiment were echoed by Kakamega senator Bonny Khalwalwe who accused Marwa of failing to play his role in arresting runaway crime in Mombasa county.

At the same time Mvita MP Abdulswamad Shariff Nassir was overcome with emotion as he addressed his constituents over the rampant insecurity in Mombasa county.

As the political class engage in verbal altercations, a group of  women in Loitoktok sub-county came together for a noble cause to pray for peace to prevail in the country.

The Christian women group led by their chair Eddah Adonyo called on the political class to tone down on their rhetoric and embark on a process of uniting the country.