Kenyans urged to remain vigilant even after Easter

March 28, 2016 9:03 am
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 No major incidents were reported countrywide during this Easter period due to increased security surveillance in the wake of terror threats. Photo/FILE.

No major incidents were reported countrywide during this Easter period due to increased security surveillance in the wake of terror threats. Photo/FILE.
NAIROBI, Kenya Mar 28 – Police have urged the public to remain vigilant even after the Easter holidays.

Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet has lauded the public for working closely with security agencies in maintaining security in the country, particularly during the Easter Holidays.

He however, said the same spirit should be maintained even after the holidays which went incident free.

“It is not just about Easter, let the cooperation continue even beyond the holidays to keep our country safe,” Boinnet told Capital FM News on telephone.

No major incidents were reported countrywide during this Easter period due to increased security surveillance in the wake of terror threats.

The police chief had announced tough security measures last week after twin terror attacks in Belgium where more than 30 people were killed and many more others wounded.

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