Prof Kithure Kindiki


July 17, 1972




Politician, Lawyer


Married to Joyce Kithure. They have two children.


Prof Kindiki is the Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Administration of National Government; @KindikiKithure

Latest articles on Prof Kithure Kindiki:

  1. PREMIUM TikTok moderation firm on the spot over explicit content

    A company licensed by TikTok to moderate content in Kenya has found itself on the receiving end from lawmakers, who accuse it of sleeping on the job.

  2. Kindiki declares Wednesday public holiday

    Idd-ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month of fasting.

  3. PREMIUM Inside Kenya’s multi-billion arms purchasing spree

    The focus is on equipping and kitting frontline officers.

    Armoured personnel carriers that were commissioned for the Kenya Police Service.
  4. Keroche Breweries at risk of losing licence

    Only two out of 29 distillers and manufacturers of second-generation alcohol have passed the vetting process.

    A worker at Keroche Breweries in Naivasha.
  5. Why matatu owners are against return of NTSA to the roads​

    Matatu owners insist NTSA officers should remain in offices.

    Matatu Owners Association
  6. Kenya mulls TikTok ban

    Prof Kindiki said the outcome of the NSC deliberations will inform the policy on whether or not to limit certain aspects of the TikTok for use by government officials and certain ages in Kenya

    Kithure Kindiki
  7. Reprieve as 112,700 passport booklets arrive in the country

    The government, however, says it will issue the passports on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Principal Secretary for Immigration Julius Bitok
  8. Two arrested for heckling President Ruto during Bomet tour

    Politicians and activists in the region currently gripped by fear.

  9. Banks face steep fines in terror financing war

    Commercial banks and officials face steep fines for facilitating terrorism financiers.

  10. US advises citizens to hide expensive jewellery, watches in Nairobi

    Americans also asked not to resist physically and to remain calm.

    US Embassy
  11. PREMIUM Police in North Eastern take new path in terror war

    Government resolves to treat locals as partners in the war on terror.

    Kenya Defence Forces soldiers
  12. Kindiki: No turning back on police deployment to Haiti

    Kenyan officers will be deployed to Haiti as part of a United Nations-sponsored security mission.

    Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki addresses a public baraza in Moyale town in Marsabit County in February. 
  13. Step up war on drugs and illicit liquors

    An effective campaign will ensure that people become responsible.

    Drunk man
  14. Nakuru doctor sues to stop immigration from hiking IDs, passport fees

    CS Kithure Kindiki announced revised charges for IDs, passports effective March 1.

  15. Government suspends licences of second-generation alcohol manufacturers

    CS Kindiki has announced new measures in mitigation of illicit brews.

    Kithure Kindiki
  16. Kindiki vows crackdown on Nyayo House passport cartels

    Prof Kindiki now says that immigration officials involved in corrupt practices will be dismissed.

    Interior CS Kithure Kindiki
  17. CS Kindiki orders nationwide crackdown on illicit brew

    Kindiki said bar owner behind the Kirinyaga toxic brew will face capital charges to serve as warning to others.

    Kithure Kindiki
  18. Kirinyaga killer brews: Man rushed to hospital as Kindiki holds meeting short distance away

    The man had blurred vision, a symptom similar to earlier victims.

    Drunk man
  19. Kindiki: Fight against al-Shabaab to be scaled up

    The CS says the government has procured enough mobility equipment for terror fight.

    Kithure Kindiki
  20. Gachagua orders transfer of top government officials

    They are Kirinyaga County Commissioner Tobiko, police Chief Muli and Mwea West DCC after toxic brew killed 13 people at Kangai Village.

    Rigathi Gachagua