From Noah Arap Too to Francis Sang, Daniel Ndung'u, Joseph Kamau, Gatiba Karanja, Ndegwa Muhoro, and now Mr. Kinoti, the cook has served meals for all of the top investigators. As a result, Kibaara has concealed secrets from the governments of Daniel Moi, Mwai Kibaki, and Uhuru Kenyatta.
Gilbert Kibaara will leave the Directorate of Criminal Investigation offices on July 1, 2021, after 33 years of service at the top director's office(DCI).
Kibaara has been trusted with papers carrying highly secret information since 1989. The DCI revealed in their April 2021 publication that the secrets between him and six directors of the disbanded Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and one (George Kinoti) of the replacement organization - the DCI - had been jealously guarded.
"He is honest, obedient, and trustworthy," Kinoti said of the 59-year-old. "He's not like the office staff who spy on their employers and leak information and documents to unauthorized quarters."
"When we first met, I immediately noticed a high level of trust and integrity that I had not seen in any other human being; he is a man who can misplace millions of dollars and come looking for you to hand over the lost fortune; unlike most office workers, he cannot steal from you or betray you to the enemy," Kinoti added.
"Every time there has been a change of guard, secretaries have come and gone, but Kibaara has remained firmly entrenched in that office," DCI added.
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