05 Apr Interior CS Kindiki hires three new advisors
Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki has hired three new experts to join his team as security advisors.
The three bring a wide array of experience and knowledge to the cabinet, adding their expertise to the immigration and security fields.
Dr Simiyu Werunga is a veteran security expert, who takes the role of Advisor for Homeland Security. A former military officer who has worked in the security sector for more than 35 years, Werunga seeks to champion reforms in the security sector, through his knowledge gained in the National Police Service and Kenya’s Prison Service.
George Mcee joins the cabinet in the role of Advisory for Immigration and Citizens Services, previously, having taken the role of a Career Immigration Consultant and Practitioner for more than 18 years. Mcee has in the past, worked with the UN, as well as with the immigration consulting company Fragomen Kenya.
Kakai Kissinger, advocate of the High Court, will take the role of Secretary for Resource Mobilisation. Kissinger brings over 15 years of experience in trade law and business, with experience in middle management, governance, human rights, rule of law, electoral management and teaching.
Cabinet Secretary Kindiki says the ministry has begun advancements in its policing projects since the promotions on the 2nd April, with new policies for public accountability, e-passports, residency and other security-related backlog issues.
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