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University Of Eldoret Primary School
Kapkatet Primary School
KIBERA, KENYA’S BIGGEST SLUM
Kibera is the largest slum in Kenya so large that the U.N (United Nations) estimates that it houses between 400,000 to 1 million people.With such high numbers,alot of them struggle to make ends meet and majority often turn to the life of drugs and crime.MG911 is however looking to reform this wonderful community with its main initiative of reducing crime and promoting good virtues among its citizens.Download the app today to learn more!
MG911 recently visited Kibera Slum,one of the biggest in Africa and asked the residents about their safety,here is what they had to say.
The Government Of Kenya
Vice President of Operations, Stephanie La Pierre ,taking the panel through grave statistics of crime in Kenya while drawing comparison of terrorist activities between Kenya and the United States.With the new security feature in place, more lives will be saved and future attacks averted.
Mr.Maximus Browne the C.E.O and founder of MG911 is explaining to the Kenyan Government via the Deputy Inspector General on how well we can utilize public participation to curb crime and identify perpetrators.
Mr.Maximus Browne the C.E.O and founder OF mg911 clarifying to a query by the Director of Reforms Ms.Jacinta on how they can track criminals who switch off their handsets after committing a crime to avoid being tracked.
Mr.Maximus Browne, the founder and C.E.O of MG911 emphasizing the use of public witnesses during investigations and how involving citizens will lessen efforts by police in nabbing criminals and hence saving lives.
C.E.O and Founder taking the panel through a social experiment whereby they would act as witnesses to a crime and help identify a crime scene to an officer at the control room.
PARTING SHOT OF THE KENYAN D.I.G (DEPUTY INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE)
Parting shot of the Deputy Inspector General of the Kenyan Police,Mr.Edward Mbugua after MG911 team visited his team at Vigilance House-Nairobi
County Governments : Uasin Gishu County
The Director of ICT and E-government of Uasin Gishu County gives his two cents on the app and its ability to transform crime reporting and emergency response among citizens of Uasin Gishu.
The Chief Fire Fighting Officer-Uasin Gishu County explains the benefits of MG911 and how it will help emergency response institutions like his in the county.
Headteacher’s cut Kapkatet
A Warm Welcome, Exception And Gratefulness Mr.Johanna Rugut the headteacher of Kapkatet Primary School in Kericho giving a vote of thanks to Koowi Technology for the donation of a modern printer and state of the art computer to the school.Previously the school had to outsource printing from a nearby village center so as to have exams but are now empowered to print exams from the comfort of their school.
Kapkatet Primary Donation
Here the President of Operations Kenya Mr.Timothy Kiptoo gives a short speech before presenting the computer and printer to the school.
University of Eldoret Primary School Donation
Mrs.Madegwa the Headmistress of the school receiving a modern computer from MG911 team.
Levi Kones Speech at Kapkatet Primary School
At Kapkatet Primary School, pupils were thrilled after receiving a printer and a desktop courtesy of MG911. Previously ,the school had to source assistance from a village center to get their exam papers printed. The Head of Communications and Public Relations, Levi Kones tells them of the company’s role as he hands them the merchandise.
The Contest starts at 12:01AM on June 15th, 2018 Eastern standard time
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For the MG911 Grenada Vacation Giveaway for Two MG911: Fight crime, save lives, travel without fear
The True Blue Bay Boutique Resort in Grenada
October 31- 2018- November 8, 2018
The vacation includes:
Lodging and daily breakfast for two at the True Blue Bay Boutique Resort for 7 nights and 8 days, plus sailing to and snorkeling at the Molinere Underwater Gardens, a tour of the rum factory, a visit to the chocolate factory, a guided tour of Grenada, and $500 USD spending money per person. The winner will also consent to a broadcasted interview in Grenada.
Airfare to and from Grenada, tipping for service, meals and snacks, other than breakfast at the True Blue Bay Boutique Resort, applicable taxes.
To be eligible for the drawing, contestants worldwide must download the MG911 app and register with MG911. Odds of winning are based on the number of MG911 app downloads.
The first phase of the contest begins at 12:01 AM on June 15, 2018, and ends on August 15, 2018 at 11:59 PM, Eastern Standard Time. Any entries submitted before or after the deadline will be disqualified.
On August 31, 2018, representatives from Koowi Technology will draw the names of 10 semi finalists, who will be notified of their status through the app. These 10 semi finalists will be asked to participate in the second phase of the Grenada Vacation Giveaway for Two. The Grand Prize winner will be announced on September 30, 2018.
The second phase of the semifinalist contest begins at 12:01 AM on September 1, 2018, and ends on September 30, 2018, at 11:59 PM, Eastern Standard Time. Any entries submitted before or after the deadline will be disqualified.
Participants who like and share the MG911 Facebook page at Fire Sonar Technologies, Inc. will be eligible to win a t-shirt. All winners for each phase of the contest will be announced through the MG911 app.
MG911 accepts contestants from anywhere in the world. Any finalist under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian for the vacation. Participation in any phase of this contest constitutes the contestant’s full and unconditional agreement with the official contest rules and the sponsor’s decisions, which are final and binding.
No purchase necessary. One entry per person.
To enter the contest:
Only online entries will be accepted. Enter by downloading the MG911 app at the Apple Store or Google Play, and follow the directions for registration. All data is confidential, and its collection meets the European Union’s requirements for General Data Protection Regulation.
If the contest operation is impaired due to a virus, worm, technical problems or unauthorized human intervention, the sponsor may pause the contest to resolve the issue and then resume the contest, or terminate the contest and award the prize at random to a non-suspect entry.
All contestants agree to release and hold harmless the sponsor and any affiliates from any claim resulting from contest participation, Internet use, cellular use, or travel that results in injury, death, loss or damages. No contestants are entitled to attorney’s fees.
Residents of Grenada and Koowi Technology/My Guard MG911 employees and their family and friends are ineligible to participate in the contest. Void where prohibited.
Disputes shall be resolved individually without class action relief, according to New York state law.
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