National Intelligence Service (NIS) Tasked to Preempt Corruption’s Threat to National Security of Kenya
The President of the Republic of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta issued a statement on Monday 23rd November 2015 citing corruption as a threat to the East-African economic and military powerhouse national security.
The president ordered the National Intelligence Service (NIS) to preempt the threat posed by corruption to the Republic’s National Security.
The Intelligence service will pursue intelligence on corruption and the actors thus simplify the war on graft by providing reliable and actionable intelligence for fast-track prosecution of those culpable
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