[PHOTOS] Kenyan police to Haiti departs the country

They are expected to arrive at Port-au-Prince today ahead of the start of their mission.

In Summary
  • Kithure expressed his gratitude to Kenya Airways for facilitating the transportation of the officers.
  • Earlier on, President William Ruto who was also present during the briefing session handed over the Kenyan flag to the officers.
The Kenyan officers to Haiti board a plane at JKIA on June 24, 2025.
The Kenyan officers to Haiti board a plane at JKIA on June 24, 2025.
Image: CS KITHURE KINDIKI/X

The first contingent of 400 police officers to Haiti departed the country Monday night.

The officers who had initially gathered at Embakasi police training college for a pre-deployment briefing left JKIA at 7 pm aboard Kenya Airways (KQ) plane.

The contingent of police officers to Haiti pose for a photo before boarding the plane at JKIA on June 24, 2025.
The contingent of police officers to Haiti pose for a photo before boarding the plane at JKIA on June 24, 2025.
Image: CS KITHURE KINDIKI/X

They are expected to arrive at Port-au-Prince today ahead of the start of their mission.

They were seen off by Interior Cabinet Secretary Kindiki Kithure, Principals Secretary Raymond Omollo and Inspector General Japhet Koome.

Also present was KQ CEO Allan Kilavuka among other senior police officers.

Assistant Inspector General of police Noor Gabow with Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo share some light moments inside a KQ plane with Kenya officers to Haiti before their departure at JKIA on June 24, 2024.
Assistant Inspector General of police Noor Gabow with Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo share some light moments inside a KQ plane with Kenya officers to Haiti before their departure at JKIA on June 24, 2024.
Image: CS KITHURE KINDIKI/X

Earlier on, President William Ruto who was also present during the briefing session handed over the Kenyan flag to the officers.

Kithure expressed his gratitude to Kenya Airways for facilitating the transportation of the officers.

Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo share some light moments inside a KQ plane with Kenya officers to Haiti before their departure at JKIA on June 24, 2024.
Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo share some light moments inside a KQ plane with Kenya officers to Haiti before their departure at JKIA on June 24, 2024.
Image: CS KITHURE KINDIKI/X
Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo with other senior officers inside a KQ plane carrying the Kenyan officers to Haiti before the departure at JKIA on June 24, 2024.
Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo with other senior officers inside a KQ plane carrying the Kenyan officers to Haiti before the departure at JKIA on June 24, 2024.
Image: KINDIKI/X
Cabinet Secretary Kindiki Kithure has a word with Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome, KQ CEO Allan Kilavuka and other senior police officers at JKIA on June 24, 2025.
Cabinet Secretary Kindiki Kithure has a word with Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome, KQ CEO Allan Kilavuka and other senior police officers at JKIA on June 24, 2025.
Image: CS KITHURE KINDIKI/X
Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo, Cabinet Secretary Kindiki Kithure and Kenya Airways CEO Allan Kilavuka at JKIA on June 24, 2024.
Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo, Cabinet Secretary Kindiki Kithure and Kenya Airways CEO Allan Kilavuka at JKIA on June 24, 2024.
Image: CS KITHURE KINDIKI/X
The plane carrying the officers to Haiti at JKIA on June 24, 2025.
The plane carrying the officers to Haiti at JKIA on June 24, 2025.
Image: CS KITHURE KINDIKI/X
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