During their meeting, the two shared their experiences on matters touching on terrorism and violent extremism, and how their respective agencies were responding to the threat of terror in their countries.
Earlier, the delegation had visited the Anti-Terror Police Unit headquarters, in Nairobi. Mr Kinoti later hosted the visitors for lunch at the DCI canteen.
Below are some comments from Kenyans:
David Njigua Jiguar – “When i grow up i would like to be a DCI officer,i will never kill people in broad day light,i will be doing thorough investigation,arresting them and arraigning them to court of law.cousin ya Rono unaniskia??”
Daniel Alphakalcha Ambale – “Watu in uniform, just tell us ukweli. How can a country so much ahead of us in terms of everything, watu mtura yao ni snail, kukuja benchmarking huku kwetu. The real objective of this visit had has something bigger in benefits to them than mambo ya security. Si hawa watu ndo hununua pembe za wanyama wetu huku Kenya”
Elly Jay – “If you analyze this post closely you will discover important details…
One is the selective use of colloquial abstract representation of normative words owing to the distinction in regulatory and derogatory affirmative relations to binary sentences”
Kenkimz Njengu – “I want to take this opportunity to send my condolences to Adam and Eve,, I’m so suddened by the death of Abel,,he didn’t deserve it in any chance…to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations – DCI Cain is at large and he’s armed and dangerous..JUSTICE FOR ABEL”
Emmanuel Kipkorir – “Mimi nimejifunza kwamba,
1. Chapa deals but usiruke mtu, and make sure no victim dies in the deal. Even if it is conning, just con, but don’t do it to someone who’s struggling, endea wale wako na kakitu.
Na ukishagonga some deals, enda ukae Koroto for sometime, usitange tange Nairobi.
2. After kumkula your concubine, Acha ajipeleke, most men die in the company of a woman. Never go to her house. Na usimkule daily, do it maybe once in a month.
3. Don’t party for too long, don’t get drunk sana, kunywa kidogo na utoke.
4. Don’t mingle with many people, always lie low
5. Don’t pick calls from new numbers.
6. If you go with a woman to some hotel room, lock the door na umeze kifunguu if you have to. Or put it kwa hiyo place pa kuflush maji ya choo ama ndani ya mattress. But unaezameza, utahara asubuhi uokote kwa chakula ya jana.
7. To women, even if he’s providing everything, always save, kesho haijulikani. Just have your own, anything can happen within a second. Adawaisi unaezakuwa unakula pilau saizi then tanigt ukule michicha.”