The Star (Nairobi)

21 January 2013

Kenya: Fake Cop Public Hearings

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Prime Minister Raila Odinga to meet with the Joshua Waiganjo the alleged police imposter (file photo).

The committee established by the National Police service Commission to investigate the issue of the police imposter Joshua Waiganjo begins its public hearings today at the Nakuru Municipal Hall.

The 6 member committee will be in Nakuru for three days before conducting its hearings in Nairobi on Thursday and Friday this week at the KICC.

The final report is expected to be tabled by the end of this month.

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