"The national security plan maps the entire country to include a risk
assessment of the potential areas where violence could occur," Matiang’i said
during a meeting to brief the private sector on government preparations to
conduct peaceful elections.
Matiang’i said that all security agencies are working together to ensure that
general elections occur without incidents.
The security plan will be cascaded to all the 47 counties to facilitate the
electoral body to conduct peaceful and fair elections.
The ministry of interior has also noticed increased cases of intolerance in
the political campaigns with 21 days to the elections.
"The security agencies are investigations cases of incitement with a view to
prosecuting all culprits," Matiang’i said.
Matiang’i noted that all crimes especially those associated with the
electoral process will be dealt with firmly.