Interior CS Kindiki Urges Kenyans to Participate in Task Force Sessions
Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki has urged Kenyans to participate actively in the upcoming task force sessions established by President William Ruto.
The task force, which was formed in response to the Shakahola massacre, aims to formulate regulations for church registration, combat religious extremism, and prevent future tragedies.
Kindiki made the call during a church service in Kirinyaga on Sunday. He said that the task force’s work is urgent and that Kenyans need to come together to offer their insights.
“The task force will begin its sittings tomorrow. I urge you all to turn up and give your views,” he said.
The task force is expected to hold public hearings in all 47 counties. It will also meet with religious leaders, security officials, and other stakeholders.
The task force is expected to submit its report to the President within 60 days.
The Shakahola massacre was a horrific event that claimed the lives of 242 people. It is important that we learn from this tragedy and take steps to prevent it from happening again.
The task force is a critical part of this effort. I urge all Kenyans to participate in its work and help us build a safer and more peaceful country.
Here are some of the ways you can participate in the task force sessions:
Your participation is important. Together, we can make a difference.