Kirogo believed civil servants should maintain public trust

He cautioned that lies kill public confidence in the very idea of government and are the first symptoms of a failing state.

In Summary

• I knew Kirogo as an innate national security professional.

• He once asked me one question that bothers me to date: “In which part of Kenya can I see and experience a reformed police station?”

I have known Stephen Kinyanjui Kirogo as a consummate public service professional since the 1990s.

This man — whom I never heard raise his voice — had exemplary leadership qualities. Whether ...

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