Kenya's First Top Cop Sworn In

David Kimaiyo took the oath of office at the Supreme Court to become the country's first inspector general of police.

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  • Kenya's Top Cop Sworn In

    Author:
    Kenya Citizen TV
    Publisher:
    Kenya Citizen TV
    Publication Date:
    24 December 2012

    David Kimaiyo was sworn in as the country's first inspector general. Kimaiyo pledged to crackdown on terrorists and to promote reforms within the ... see more »

  • Kenya:  Inspector General of Police to Be Sworn in

    The Star, 24 December 2012

    David Kimaiyo has been sworn in as the first Inspector-General of Police by Chief Justice Willy Mutunga at the Supreme Court. Parliament approved Kimaiyo's appointment as IG last ... read more »

  • Kenya:  David Kimaiyo Is the New Inspector General

    The Star, 21 December 2012

    Parliament has approved the appointment of David KIMAIYO as the new inspector general of police. KIMAIYO will be the country's first IG and will be the head of both the regular and ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Inspector General of Police Named

    Capital FM, 20 December 2012

    As they approved the nomination of David Mwole Kimaiyo as the first Inspector-General of Police, Members of Parliament took time to cite impediments that may block his efforts to ... read more »

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  • Kenya:  Lawmakers Race Against Clock On Police Nominee

    Capital FM, 18 December 2012

    The parliamentary Committee on National Security has until Thursday to submit to Parliament a report recommending the approval or rejection of David Kimaiyo as the country's first ... read more »

  • Kenya:  MPs to Vet Kibaki Nominee for Police Chief

    Capital FM, 18 December 2012

    NAIROBI, Kenya 18 - President Mwai Kibaki has picked David Kimaiyo to be the first Inspector General of the Kenya Police Service. read more »

Committee to vet the new police boss.

  • Kenya:  Search for Top Cop Delayed

    The Star, 17 December 2012

    Kenya will not have an Inspector General, his two deputies and the director of criminal investigations until after the general election if Parliament is adjourned for Christmas ... read more »

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