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WATCH: How security teams would handle an attack on Uhuru

29 August 2016, 10:29

Nairobi - A video released by a foreign security training company demonstrates how they would handle an attack on Kenyan President Kenyatta Uhuru.

The drill was conducted by trained soldiers and private security belonging to G-1 Tactical Solutions, who provide security for high status individuals such as the Head of State.

The video, which is available online, shows how security would ensure the president's safety in light of an attack.

The high powered video shows different high speed driving techniques and strategic co-ordination in order to confuse the enemy.

For example, they are seen using various techniques to get the individual from one car to another by creating a distraction.

See the video below.

- News 24


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