The connection will allow the officers at the station connect to relevant online platforms allowing them to interact, receive and share information related to security with security agents and members of the public in the county.
With free Internet connection, officers from the station will also be enable to access intelligence information and news online which will aid their duties of serving the people of Kakamega County.
In a statement, Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi said; “Airtel recognises that communication is very crucial when it comes to security. Access to reliable communication will open up superior channels of communication, giving the police officers an opportunity to take security control to a whole new level.”
In a statement, Kakamega County Commander Rems Manegene Warui said; “We are grateful to Airtel for the free internet connection as it will go a long way in ensuring that security is enhanced through a fast and reliable means of communication. Our officers will now be proactive in keeping up with security content and updates that will enable us serve the community better.”