Latest News in Security Department

During the launch of the communication strategy 'Elimika', The participants had a match from the Chancellor's court to Taifa Hall. During the walk the security department had cleared the highway for the participants and ensured that the match was conducted without any hitch.

The Police Band  offered entertainment during the match. 



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Security Department at the University of Nairobi offers security at most of the functions within the University. The 6th Open Day was no exception. The University was open to the general public  and hence security was one of the things that would ensure success of the open day.

The Open day that was set to run for three days from April 28th-30th was offered security to the last minute. 



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Following the terror attacks in France, the Inspector General of Police has called on all Kenyans to be extra vigilant and alert.

The Inspector General cautioned: “Whilst we in the police have stepped up vigilance, we call on the public to exercise maximum levels of alertness. Report any suspicious activity and/or persons to the police or any security agency for action. Let’s work together to protect our motherland”



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TERROR THREAT ALERT!

The Inspector General of police has warned that the Al shabaab terror group is planning to infiltrate through Kenyan borders during the ongoing rainy season and launch terror attacks in Coast, North Eastern and Nairobi regions.

He has however reassured Kenyans that the security agencies are working round the clock to safeguard the country from the threat and requested all citizens to collaborate with the security agencies as they execute this noble duty.



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The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi signed a performance contract with the Security department head, Mr. Wilfred Wahome on  5th October, 2015 at the Council chambers,

This is in line with the new performance contract 12th cycle guidelines that required the VC to sign performance contracts with deputy vice chancellors, departmental heads and directors.



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ANTI-TERRORISM AWARENESS



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The University of Nairobi, UNESCO, African Leadership Centre and UNESCO/UNITWIN chair organized a two-day discussion on challenging the youth to join in building a sustainable culture of peace and security.



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There was pomp and colour as the first Nairobi Innovation Week officially kicked off  on August 5, 2015.

The 3-day event at the Chancellor’s Court is characterized by, among other activities, plenary sessions, paper and case study presentations, roundtable discussions as well as exhibitions of innovations and inventions by various players in the Kenyan economy.



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CHANCELLOR’S COURT
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Italy Prime Minister H.E Matteo Renzi delivered a public lecture at uon

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Students together with UON management held discussions regarding security issues

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Security Footbridge

Please be reminded that crossing a public road within 100m from a
designated road crossing point such as a footbridge is an offence
punishable under the law.

You are therefore advised to always use the designated footbridge when
crossing University Way even to or from the Hyslop gate opposite
Anniversary Towers.



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CHANCELLOR’S COURT
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