Kenyans assured of security during Saba Saba rally
By KBC Reporter
The Inspector General of police David Kimaiyo is assuring Kenyans of intensified security during the Saba Saba rally organized by Coalition for Reforms and democracy CORD in its push for national dialogue.
Kimaiyo says all is under control and is warning anyone intending to cause mayhem that the police are on high alert.
Anxiety continues to mount on Kenyans as Monday the 7th draws near, and everyone waiting to witness what will unfold on a day that is attributed to the liberation of political democracy in Kenya.
In a speech read on his behalf by Administration Police Spokesperson Masoud Mwinyi during a media briefing on Kenya’s preparedness for the Saba Saba, the police boss called on CORD leaders to ensure that their supporters maintain peace and calm on that day.
The rally is set to be the climax of a series of rallies across the country organized by CORD to push the government to convene a national dialogue to discuss among other things rising insecurity and the high cost of living in the country.
Meanwhile, political activist Moses Kuria is leading a team of leaders from the Jubilee coalition on a site visit to Uhuru park ahead of a planned peace rally on saba saba day.