Kindiki warns Kiambu and Murang’a cultural extremists


Kithure Kindiki, the interior cabinet secretary, has made Kiambu and Murang’a counties the front lines in the fight against cultural radicals.

Speaking on Sunday in Kiambu, the CS disclosed that criminal groups are terrorizing women while hiding behind culture.

To stop these abuses, Kindiki ordered the immediate closure of buildings used by criminal groups as safehouses in Kiambu and Murang’a.

The CS indicated Githunguri and Ndumbiri as locations in Kiambu where these gangs typically use as hideouts.

The interior minister disclosed that officials have already recorded their testimony, and after the investigations are over, the offenders will face legal action.

He emphasized that while the government respects all groups’ religious and cultural practices, no one will be exempt if they use it as a justification for committing crimes and terrorizing people.

As the government reaffirms its commitment to fighting crime, the CS had provided criminal gangs and terrorists with three options.

Kindiki stated that the government’s plans to combat terrorism, banditry, and cattle rustling will not change.

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