At least 2,000 police officers will be in Nairobi county to enhance security during Ramadhan period that start today.
A statement by William Kang’ethe Thuku, Nairobi Regional Commissioner, said that the department has received terror warning and assures Kenyans that the number of patrols will increase in the city.
The security boss said that surveillance will be enhanced in different parts of the country. Roadblocks will be put in place to inspect public vehicles, taxis and other transport systems.
Further, a committee made up of Police Commander, regional administration police commander and county commissioner will hold meetings with matatu owners association and security firms to help with monitoring the city.