Kindiki: We Shall Prevent Unauthorised Access To Protected Areas

File image of Interior CS Prof. Kithure Kindiki at a past event. [Photo | Courtesy]

Notwithstanding the Azimio la Umoja coalition’s plans for a large-scale protest on Monday, March 20, Cabinet Secretary for the Interior Kithure Kindiki has guaranteed Kenyans of their safety.

In a press release issued on Sunday, Kindiki stated security forces will ensure that there was calm throughout the demonstrations and that no one’s life or property was lost or damaged as a result of the demonstrators exercising their right to do so.

Kindiki declares that no unauthorized entrance will be permitted because the Azimio team intends to march to State House, which is a location that is legally designated as a protected area.

As per the Protected Areas Act (CAP 204 of the Laws of Kenya), security agencies are required to prevent unauthorized access to all protected areas, according to a statement from the Interior Ministry.

Also, Kindiki disagrees with Raila Odinga’s proclamation that Monday is a holiday.

“Monday, March 20, 2023, is a typical workday. The CS stated that all weekday activities, including learning in schools and other educational institutions, must continue as usual.

Kindiki continues by saying that anyone who incites public unrest would suffer consequences.

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