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Saturday, November 17, 2018

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Ladies and Gentlemen,

Fellow Kenyans,

It gives me great pleasure to be here today to join the grandaunts, who have just vowed before man and God that they will do their utmost to preserve and protect the security of this country.  I congratulate them – and their parents and instructors – for I know fully well that this was no easy task.  The training has been rigorous; it has demanded high standards of you.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced Government plans to establish a new correctional facility to confine extremist offenders.

He said a separate prison for extremist offenders will deter them from spreading their venom to vulnerable Kenyans.

President Kenyatta said the Government remained committed to containing offenders in conditions that enable rehabilitation to fit into society and make a positive contribution to their motherland.

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President was speaking today at the Administration Police Training College in Embakasi, Nairobi, where he presided over the passing out parade of 3971 Administration Police recruits has assured that the Government will remain steadfast in its commitment to provide the police with state-of-the-art equipment to enable them safeguard the security of Kenyans and their property.

He said steps have been taken to ensure security agencies have the resources they need to execute their mandate.

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Interior Cabinet Secretary, Maj-Gen (Rtd) Joseph Nkaisserry today inaugurated a new board of directors for the Betting Control & Licensing Board (BCLB). The induction of the board took place at Harambee House boardroom.

Addressing the newly appointed members of board, Nkaisserry emphasized that the role of board members is oversight and not to micromanage the management team.

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Many youths from Kwale, Mombasa, Kilifi and Lamu counties and other parts of the country including Central Kenya have surrendered to the government. Interior Permanent Secretary Karanja Kibicho unveiled a group of 19 youths, including five women, whom he said were part of a group of 48 former radicals who had surrendered.
The youths have undergone a government sponsored de-radicalisation and rehabilitation programme. The figure of 1,500 given by the State yesterday did not indicate how many were women, but officials indicated that this was a conservative estimate representing only those who had responded to a Government amnesty for surrender.
A number of youths indicated they were radicalised through the Internet or after listening to fiery sermons of slain radical Mombasa preacher Sheikh Aboud Rogo. Sheikh Rogo had preached at the controversial Musa Mosque until he was killed in the coastal city on August 27, 2012.

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