President Uhuru Kenyatta has lauded the multi-agency approach against organised crimes saying it has boosted the war against crime and violent extremism with significant successes in dealing with threats to national security.
This as Deputy President William Ruto warned leaders inciting Kenyans to tribal wars that their days are numbered and will face the full force of the law.
The president spoke when he presided over the passing-out parade of over 3,000 police recruits while his deputy spoke in West Pokot county with the two maintaining the government’s commitment to enhance security.
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