March 28/3/2017, UNHCR donated 43 fully equipped vehicles to Kenya National Police Service to enhance police mobility and operations in Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps.
Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet, who received the vehicles at the CID training school in Nairobi Tuesday, thank UN refugee agency saying the vehicle will come in handy in helping police respond to any incident fast citing the fact the Kenyan camps hosts hundreds of thousands of refugees from neighboring countries remain safe and secure.
The vehicles were handed over to Boinnet by the UNHCR Country Representative Raouf Mazou.
The vehicles will help us boost our mobility very significantly in Kakuma and Dadaab even in the repatriation process, IG of Police said.
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