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Kimaiyo wants to be housed in same building with deputies

02 January 2013, 08:29

Nairobi - Inspector General of police David Kimaiyo wants to be housed in the same building with his two deputies.

According to The Standard, he told a meeting of senior officers that the new deputies of both regular and Administration Police should be housed in the same building as his as part of the integration.

Kimaiyo said the envisaged police reforms call for integration of both police services, hence need for them to work together.

- For more visit The Standard

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