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13 top detectives moved in reshuffle

By Kamore Maina | November 28th 2020 at 00:00:00 GMT +0300

Thirteen senior Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) officers have been moved in a reshuffle.

Five of the officers affected by the changes effected by DCI boss George Kinoti (pictured) are from the Police Training Academy.

The officers have been moved from the police academy after the institution changed hands from the police to the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Former Kiambu DCI boss Jeremiah Ikiao has been promoted to be Eastern region DCI boss. He takes over from Jonah Kirui who was moved to Western region.

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The new Kiambu County DCI chief is Mr Samson Kiptum who is moving in from the police academy. Nairobi’s Kayole DCI boss Josephat Ndungu has been promoted and moved to Mombasa as the new county DCI boss.

Murang’a County DCI boss Juliana Muthini has been moved to  Taita Taveta. Ali Bure, a former Makadara DCI boss, will be the new Uasin Gishu DCI boss.

The need to strengthen DCI operations, especially at the county level, was cited as among the reasons behind the changes.

George Kinoti Directorate of Criminal Investigations Police
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