JUBILEE TO CORD
Do not politicise security matters. We defeated you.
CHURCH TO CORD
Do not politicise security matters. Leaders are God chosen.
MEDIA TO CORD
Do not politicise security matters. You idiots, concentrate on ODM/Wiper matters (Magerer, Men in Black, Makueni etc)
KEPSA TO CORD
Do not politicise security matters. It is not good for the business environment (in other words, profits).
CORD TO KENYANS
Fellow Kenyans, sign up for Okoa Kenya Referendum push. Your security should be your first priority. Here is what we think can work for our country:
To amend the Constitution;
(i) To place the Administration Police Service under the county governments while retaining the exclusive administration and operational command of the Inspector General of Police.
(ii) To require the National Police Commission to establish structures that will ensure liaison on security between the National Police Service and County Governments.
(iii) To provide that County Governments are the civilian authority over National Security Organs at the County level.
(a) County governments need to be involved in security matters because each county has separate security concerns from the other.
(b) Community policing is more effective when it involves the cooperation of elected representatives of the people at the county level.
(c) The county policing authorities established by parliament need to be entrenched in the Constitution.
(d) The Constitution requires that all National Security Organs to be subordinate to civilian authority.
I. To amend the Constitution to;
(a) Abolish the system of administration commonly known as the ‘provincial
(b) Retain chiefs and assistant chiefs in the employment or command of
county governments with the same terms and conditions of service/employment.
(c) Redeploy all other officers of the provincial administration and their staff into the public service.
(d) To provide that any system of administration that is established by the
National Government thereafter must not only accord with and respect the
system of devolved governments, but must also avoid duplicity of roles at the County level and competitive power structures.
(a) The National Government did not restructure the system of administration, commonly known as provincial administration, as required by the Constitution but merely renamed it and its officers. This amendment is aimed at correcting this anomaly that has resulted in a crisis of administration at the county level.
(b) To effectively promote a smoother and more effective transition from the old constitutional dispensation to the new one.