Java security guard gets happy ending after being fired

With unwavering valour, Chepkwony gallantly shielded members of the public from harm, epitomizing dedication, selfless patriotism, and indomitable courage.

Vincent Chepkwony, the brave security guard stationed at Java House along Kimathi Street, has been reinstated after being initially fired for his selfless act of protecting anti-tax protesters during recent demonstrations.

With unwavering valour, Chepkwony gallantly shielded members of the public from harm, epitomizing dedication, selfless patriotism, and indomitable courage.

His commitment to safeguarding lives and property caught the attention of the Private Security Regulatory Authority (PSRA), which intervened to ensure his reinstatement.

In recognition of his courage and patriotism, Chepkwony was awarded the Highest Honour Commendation for a private security officer in Kenya by the PSRA.

The termination of Vincent Chepkwony’s employment by Hatari Security ignited public outcry and censure.

PSRA, aware of the gravity of the situation, swiftly organized a high-level consultative meeting to address the concern.

Their deliberations, driven by a commitment to justice and accountability, resulted in Chepkwony’s reinstatement—an emblematic victory for valor and civic duty.

In an official press release, PSRA commended Vincent Chepkwony for his exemplary conduct during the recent protests.

"We commend Mr. Chepkwony for his outstanding service and express our gratitude for his unwavering commitment to safeguarding lives and property," PSRA stated.