Kenya's Capital to Get Surveillance System

Nairobi's Metropolitan Minister Jamleck Kamau has announced that the city will be fitted with 51 video cameras to monitor traffic and crime. The 437 million shilling project is expected to help curb rising insecurity in the country.

  • Kenya:   Cameras to Monitor City's Traffic, Crime

    Capital FM, 27 November 2012

    A safe, secure and organised city is the dream of every Nairobi resident. This may become a reality by end of January next year, if a promise by Nairobi Metropolitan Minister… Read more »


  • Kenya:   Over 400 Million for CTV Installation

    The Star, 27 November 2012

    It will cost the tax payer 437 million shillings to install CCTV surveillance within Nairobi's CBD. Nairobi Metropolitan Minister Jamleck Kamau says the Chinese company awarded the… Read more »

  • Kenya:   Surveillance System Launched in Capital

    The Star, 27 November 2012

    A new CCTV surveillance system is to be commissioned this morning in the CBD. It is Phase one of the system which is expected to address security and synchronize traffic lights in… Read more »

Photo: AllAfrica

Traffic in the streets of Nairobi.


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