KPA to Collaborate With Stakeholders to Enhance Security

By Tobby Otum
Security is paramount in Mombasa county for business operators to operate without interference, said Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) head of security Tony Kibwana.
He assured business operators that the authority is ready to support any security initiatives in Mombasa county.
Kibwana said KPA is a state corporation from where citizens get their livelihood and that is why they have resolved to collaborate with security agencies to deal with insecurity in the county.
He said for the state corporation to operate efficiently security must be paramount in the county.
Kibwana was speaking during Kenya Peace and Security Initiative (KPSI) meeting held at Uhuru Na Kazi building in Mvita constituency, Mombasa county.
The KPA manager lauded the forum which brings both private sector and government agencies together to discuss security measures in the county.
Kibwana reiterated that without proper security businesses will be affected in the county.
He pointed out the authority has taken firm steps and vowed to ensure security is paramount in the county.
“Without tight security measures it will be a threat for business operators in the county,” he pointed out.
The 2023 Zayad Award for Human Rights winner Mama Shamsa Abubakar Fadhili urged other stakeholders to emulate the bold step KPA has taken.
She pointed out the move has come at the hour of need as the county was experiencing cases of insecurity.
“Whether you are in the public or private sector you should borrow a leaf from the state corporation,” she emphasized.

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