The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Civil Society On Police Imposter

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Johnston Kavuludi: Chairman of the National Police Service Commission.

Civil society groups on Police Reforms will this morning issue a statement on their concerns over allegations of imposters in the Police Service. The team will also question the legality of the inquiry team established by President Kibaki to investigate the matter.

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