•Last month, Kindiki unveiled the names of 35 most wanted terror suspects.
•Later in the day, the Interior boss will hold a consultative forum with elders and representatives of various communities resident in Lamu County.
Interior and National Administration Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki on Tuesday went back to Lamu county to engage with residents on security matters.
The CS will be in Lamu West Constituency to engage and take views from elders and representatives of the various communities in Lamu county to enhance trust across communities and between communities and security agencies.
Upon arrival, Kindiki will meet the Coast Region Security and Intelligence Committee chaired by Regional Commissioner Rhoda Onyancha, the Lamu County Security Team led by County Commissioner Louis Rono and the Lamu West subcounty Security and Intelligence Committee headed by Deputy County Commissioner Gabriel Kioni.
Later in the day, the Interior boss will hold a consultative forum with elders and representatives of various communities resident in Lamu County.
The meeting seeks to deliberate on various security measures and strategies to enhance cooperation between residents and security agencies, including intelligence information sharing, to strengthen the war against terrorism and violent extremism.
Last month, Kindiki unveiled the names of 35 most wanted terror suspects.
The suspects, all males, are linked to several terror incidents in Lamu County and the Boni Enclave generally.
CS Kindiki released both their official names and nicknames which they are popularly known.
He noted that the suspects were highly connected with the responsibility of placing Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) on various earth roads and the killing of civilians along the Lamu-Witu-Garsen Highway.
Kindiki claims they are also behind the cold-blooded murders of civilians at Lango la Simba, Witu, Mpeketoni, Juhudi, Salama, Hindi, and other areas and the attack on the American Millitary Base at Manda Bay on January 5, 2020.