Running Safaricom Surveillance Plan To Cost Sh1bn Yearly

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Taxpayers will spend another Sh1 billion to run the national surveillance system built by Safaricom to offer security in Nairobi and Mombasa cities.

The Sh14.9 billion NSCCS links all security agencies, making it easy to share information and direct operations.

Terrorists affected these two locations at the time. A rollout of the project throughout the country would cost Sh21 billion.

Police have been equipped with walkie-talkies with cameras to take pictures at crime scenes for assessment and evidence. The walkie-talkies have tracking capabilities to improve disaster response.

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