Photos: Uhuru Passes Police Recruits

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It was a privilege today to preside over the passing out parade of our new recruits to the Administrative Police.

The challenges to our security are many.

And it is not just our safety, cohesion and prosperity in the here and now that is threatened, but also our future, for no country can be prosperous and free if its people fear for their lives or property.

Your responsibilities are heavy; their weight is made greater still by the state of our country today, and our plans for the future.

That is why our security is at the heart not just of my government’s policy and budgeting, but also at the core of our development planning in Vision 2030.

My Cabinet has already approved a large increase in funding for our security programmes in the coming financial year.

We will recruit and train at least 10,000 more officers.

We will procure police medical and life insurance by the end of July this year. We have bought, and will continue to acquire, modern weapons and equipment.

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