Nairobi police boss moved in reshuffle
07 February 2016, 15:34
Nairobi - Changes have been effected to the Police bosses structure in Nairobi and other areas of the country.
Nairobi and Coast regions have new Directorate of Criminal Investigations DCI commanders in changes announced Sunday.
Nicholas Kamwende the Nairobi County Criminal Investigations Officer has been sent to Coast, with his Coastal counterpart Henry Ondiek moving the other way in the changes.
The reason for the changes is to reduce crime rates in the respective regions.
The changes announced on also see Uasin Gishu DCI boss Julius Rutere moved to headquarters and named the deputy head of operations, swapping with Patrick Kiswii.
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Mohamed Amin who was in North Eastern as the CCIO was transferred back to DCI headquarters while Mombasa Urban DCIO William Nanguli was moved to Central, Nairobi in the same position.
The new Mombasa Urban DCIO is Hussein Bakari while deputy Flying Squad head Francis Wanjau will be the DCIO Changamwe division in Mombasa.
" The changes will take effect immediately and will seek to check the increased crime rates that have been seen in the country in recent times," Police spokesperson Charles Owino.
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