Interior CS Prof. Kithure Kindiki Thursday embarked on a three-day working tour of Lamu County.
During the visit, Prof. Kindiki says he will hold a series of meetings with the County Security and Intelligence Committee, political, religious, business and community leaders as well as members of the public.
Upon arrival, he held a meeting with Lamu County and Lamu West Sub-County Security and Intelligence Committees in Witu area.
Lamu has in the past been plagued with insecurity challenges that have left several people dead and property destroyed.
The Al-Shabaab militants poses a threat in the area.
The Interior CS says terrorism and cross-border crimes rank top in the list of national security threats adding that the Government will continue to equip the multi-agency security officers with skills and equipment to deal with modern-day crime and forestall any incursion by the terror groups.