National Police Service sensitizes the public on security awareness ahead of the August polls

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On Sunday, the National Police Service (NPS) conducted public sensitization on security awareness at Nairobi West PCEA Parish in preparation for the August 9 general elections.

The NPS team called for credible and peaceful elections across the country.

National police service team at Nairobi West PCEA
  • National police service team at Nairobi West PCEA

The sermon was delivered by Rev. Jones Nzioki SSP, from the Directorate of Chaplaincy. The talk on election security was delivered by Inspector Alex Kanda from the Directorate of Operations at the Police Headquarters.

The theme of the talks was 'Policing in worship.'

"As the push for democracy and good governance continues to make inroads into many countries in the developing world, so needs to organize credible and peaceful elections in most of these countries," said NPS.

According to the service, democratic elections are increasingly becoming the norm, a requirement and in many cases, the preferred means of facilitating representation and participation in the political process and governance.

The leadership of Nairobi West PCEA Parish expressed their gratitude for being considered for the valuable presentation.

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