The Star (Nairobi)

14 November 2012

Kenya: Deputy Inspector General Interviews to Begin

Deputy Director of Police Reforms King'ori Mwangi found himself in a spot as he was taken to task by the National Police Service Commission to explain ... ( Resource: Kenya's Search for Top Cop Continues

Former Provincial Police Chief Ezekiel King'ori Mwangi now heading Police Reforms and CID director Ndegwa Muhoro are today being interviewed by the National Police Service Commission for position of Deputy Inspector General of police.

The interviews will continue until Monday after which the commission is expected to announce nominees for the Inspector General and two deputies. Stanley Cheruiyot and Dido Mamo Galgalo will face the panel later today.

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