The delayed appointment of an Inspector General of Police is exposing Kenyans to serious insecurity risks during this electioneering period. Independent Police Oversight Authority chairman Macharia Njeru says currently there is no unified command structure in the country, and has accused the two principles for unconstitutionally frustrating the IG's appointment.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenyans Too Exposed to Insecurity
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