Wetangula questions governments record on insecurity
26 March 2014, 14:48
Nairobi - Minority leader of the Senate Moses Wetangula has questioned whether the government is using the right mechanisms to deal with insecurity.
Speaking at the senate in a special seating devised to discuss the deteriorating state of security in the country, Wetangula remarked that the government must focus more on stopping cases of insecurity and especially terror attacks.
He said that the government must first be sure where the threat is coming from and then deal with it conclusively.
" The government must take a stance on insecurity and give Kenyans a reason to believe that they are under control of the matter, he said.
" Is the issue that the government is not aware of what is going on or what? Is the issue we had in Mombasa internal or related to Somalia, he said.
He also said that the government must bring all stakeholders on board to try find a solution to insecurity.
" The government must bring stakeholders on board for a consultative meeting where insecurity can be discussed, he said.
Mombasa senator Omar Hassan also asked the government to pool its resources together in ensuring Kenyans live in peace.
" The government must be wary and focused because the problem at hand is
denying Kenyans their constitutionally guaranteed rights, he said.
also condemned the attack on a church in Likoni over the weekend where
six people died saying that it was appalling to settle agendas in
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