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Best security firms in Kenya and who owns them


There are many companies that provide security services. Nowadays it is old school just hiring a guard or watchman as an individual. This is only done through security firms.

G4S security.

This is among the best security firms in Kenya. It is owned a British national. This company was established in 2014. According to their website, they have over 600,000 employees worldwide.

Some of the services they offer include;

– alarm response

– courier services

– event security

The G4S security is found in Nairobi, Kisumu and Nyeri.

KK Security

This is under the international company called Garza World. They have very well trained personnel and their services have been praised by many. Some of the services are,

– property guarding

– facility management

– global travel risk management

KK is found in Nairobi and Eldoret.

Wells Fargo

It is among the oldest security firms. It was established I’m 1977. They offer security services such as;

– Canine protection

– property guarding

– electronic security services

– parcel transport

They cover Nairobi, Malindi and Embu.

Radar security

Their main office is located along Ngong Road opposite Nairobi Baptist Church. They are found only in Nairobi. They offer a range of security services that include;

– mobile patrol

– property guarding

– security consultancy

Secured Agency

It was started in 1970 and is offering services in Nairobi and Mombasa. Their area of services inude,

– intruder alarm services

– fleet management solutions

– automated access control

– property guarding

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