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Kudos Nkaissery-National security must supersede the voices of refugees

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Truth be told, it comes a time when national security and its related interests supersede any other external interest in any given country! The reality of this axiom has just downed into Kenyan soil! The Kenya government through its Interior Cabinet Secretary Hon. Joseph Nkaissary has confirmed the Government’s decision to close down selected refugee camps in Kenya due to “very heavy” economic, security and environmental issues. Those due to close include Dadaab, the largest refugee camp in the world, home to more than 300,000 people on the Kenya-Somalia border. Kenya plans to close all of its refugee camps in a move that would displace more than 600,000 people.

Kudos Nkaissery-National security must supersede the voices of refugees

By Dr Njenga Solomon | 5 years ago

It's time to audit employees papers

It's time to audit employees papers

The Government must urgently intervene to curb the use of fake certificates. The recent discovery of a policeman who rose through the ranks in the Administration Police to the position of superintendent before the vetting commission smoked him out, is a confirmation of the painful reality of how corruption has permeated into every system of government.

Dr Njenga Solomon, | 5 years ago

Kudos Nkaissery-National security must supersede the voices of refugees

Truth be told, it comes a time when national security and its related interests supersede any other external interest in any given country! The reality of this axiom has just downed into Kenyan soil! The Kenya government through its Interior Cabinet Secretary Hon. Joseph Nkaissary has confirmed the Government’s decision to close down selected refugee camps in Kenya due to “very heavy” economic, security and environmental issues. Those due to close include Dadaab, the largest refugee camp in the world, home to more than 300,000 people on the Kenya-Somalia border. Kenya plans to close all of its refugee camps in a move that would displace more than 600,000 people.

Dr Njenga Solomon | 5 years ago

It's time to audit employees papers

The Government must urgently intervene to curb the use of fake certificates. The recent discovery of a policeman who rose through the ranks in the Administration Police to the position of superintendent before the vetting commission smoked him out, is a confirmation of the painful reality of how corruption has permeated into every system of government.

Dr Njenga Solomon, | 5 years ago

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