Kenyan Govt Steps Up War Against Graft, Terrorism and Cartels

In a 10-point plan for his ministry,  Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i has said that he will concentrate on countering terrorism, police reforms, cleaning up the registry department, introduce instant fines for traffic offences, fight radicalisation in universities and continue cleaning up the transport sector. The government has been under fire for the last few weeks over relentless attacks by Al-Shabaab militants who have left over 20 people dead in a span of one month.

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, during a press conference in Mombasa (file photo).


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