• DCI boss George Kinoti allegedly bowed out of his job due to political pressure.
• Eight DCI officials are on the verge to refill Kinoti's position as the DCI boss.
The former DCI boss, George Kinoti, officially resigned from his top job as the Derectorate of criminal investigation (DCI) boss. The resignation of Kinoti was linked to an alleged political pressure after president Ruto ascended to power.
Currently, president Ruto appointed Hamisi Massa as the acting boss of the Directorate criminal investigation investigation. A large number of individuals have expressed interests in occupying Kinoti's former office. Here are some of the top names seeking to become the DCI boss:
1. Munga Nyale
Munga Nyale is currently the principal assistant to the inspector general of police.
2. Mohamed Amin
Mohamed is currently the director of internal affairs unit.
3. Eliud Langat
Langat is the director of reforms at the directorate of criminal investigation.
4. Wanderi Mwangi
He is the head of DCI for the railways.
5. John Gachomo
Gachomo is the head of investigation at the DCI.
6. David Derich
Derich is the director of reforms at the police sector.
7. Carrey Nyawinda
Nyawinda is the head of banking fraud investigations unit.
8. Nicholas Kamwende
Kamwende is the director of planning at the DCI.
9. Dr Hamisi Massa
Massa is currently the acting DCI boss. He is also the longest serving director of Anti-Narcortics unit.
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