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Kenyan Industrialist Dr. Manu Chandaria today awarded 20 police officers for their exemplary service and bravery while discharging their duties.

During this year’s Chandaria Bravery Award Ceremony at the Inspector General’s boardroom, Dr. Chandaria said he will not tire honouring police officers who go out of their way to serve members of the public.

He vowed to continue singling out the outstanding performance of with a view to motivating them together with the  entire  police service  as he has done over a decade ago.

The Inspector General Mr Hilary Mutyambai who officiated the ceremony said the NPS recognises the challenging work and bravery demonstrated by the entire service as they discharge their duties.

Those who received the Bravery Award, he said, was  a representation of officers  across the country who work tirelessly to safeguard wananchi and their property.

The nature of policing in the current global system pose  a number of security challenges such as terrorism and other transnational crimes that expose officers to dangerous security situations that may lead to injury or loss of life.

He said despite the challenges, police officers have remained selfless by putting their lives on the line for the service our great nation.

The Inspector General reaffirmed the commitment of the service to continue fulfilling their mandate without fear of favour.


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