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Details of 5 Directives From Ruto Cabinet Meeting

1. Establish a Permanent Steering Committee on Security: This directive seeks to ensure that security concerns are under constant and rigorous review.The committee is expected to regularly report to the Cabinet and review the strategies and implementation of national security strategies.

2. Increased Support to Internally Displaced People (IDPs):The directive requests for increased support for Internally Displaced People, including food, clothing, education, health and security, emphasizing the need to ensure their dignity and that the affected communities are protected from those who would exploit their vulnerabilities.

3. Increase Investment in Education and Research: The directive requests investments in education and research which will promote quality, innovative learning and research environment, ensure their access and utilization of modern teaching technologies and promote excellence in the development and implementation of an efficient national education curriculum.

4. Establish an ICT Security Framework: Establishing an ICT security framework to safeguard against cyber threats and attacks is a directive that seeks to protect customers’ information and technological infrastructure, both of which are important for the economic growth of any country.

5. Strengthen Ethics and Anti-corruption Strategies:The Cabinet directive strengthens ethics and anti-corruption strategies and emphasizes the need for a robust monitoring system capable of identifying breaches and appropriating sanctions. Such strategies seek to ensure that incorruptible standards of competition and diversity are entrenched throughout the nation.

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