BOINNET WARNS OF TERROR THREAT: GOVERNMENT IN CHECK.

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National Police Service spokesman George Kinoti who issued statement on behalf of Inspector General Joseph Boinnet.

BY THOMAS KARIUKI.

You must be vigilant and report any suspicious characters and activities to us, Inspector General of Police tells Kenyans.

The IG Joseph Boinnet in a statement said terror threat remains a high concern in the country.

“We therefore call upon members of the public to be vigilant particularly in places with high concentration of people. These include beaches, restaurants and clubs as well as places of worship,” he said

The government, he added has put all the necessary security measures.

For you, the IG asked for cooperation with the police whenever they request you to do so.

In his Christmas message, Boinnet said police will also be on roads to help motorists move to their destinations.

“The police and National Transport and Safety Authority will be in hand to assist motorists and are under firm instructions to arrest traffic offenders and promptly charge them in court,” he said.

He cautioned that Al-Shabaab militants were making efforts to sneak back to Boni Forest and other Coastal and Northern regions to attack locals.

The IG also cautioned that the government will deal with local security threats firmly such as cattle rustling and house breaking.

More officers have been deployed all over the country to keep Kenya safe.

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