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NPSC Chairman Pays Courtesy Call on Garissa Governor

Garrissa Governor Nathif Jama has decried the negative publicity on the security situation in the area that has greatly affected the growth of the County.

 

He expressed disappointment that since the Garrissa University attack four months ago, learning in several public schools had been seriously affected after most of the teachers who were serving in the area, fled.

 

The Governor said this in his Garrissa office on Monday, 3rd August  2015,  when he received the Chairman of the National Police Service Commission (NPSC), Mr. Johnston Kavuludi who led a team of NPSC Commissioners in paying a courtesy call.

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NPSC Chairman Johnston Kavuludi (L)  paid a courtesy call to Governor Nathif Juma of Garissa County in preparation of vetting of SSPs & SPs in N. Eastern region.

He revealed that his Government will allocate Kshs 200milion towards the purchase and installation of more security gadgets as well as improvement of the infrastructure in the area this financial year.

 

The Governor expressed satisfaction that police reforms would go a long way in changing the image of the National Police Service which has been greatly dented over the years.

 

Mr. Kavuludi commended the Garrissa County Government leadership for effort to restore confidence after the spate of terror attacks by the Al-Shabab.

 

He said the NPSC is in the North Eastern Region to vet a total of 45 officers in the ranks of Senior Superintendent of Police and Superintendent of Police. The two-day exercise will commence on Tuesday 4th August, 2015.

 

Earlier the NPSC delegation met the Regional Co-ordinator Mr. Mahmoud Saleh who said he was confident that the insecurity witnessed in the area would soon be a thing of the past once stringent strategic measures that have been put into place are implemented.

 

Others present included Commissioners Ronald Musengi, Mary Owuor and Mohamed Murshid.

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