Renowned social media strategist and Azimio blogger Lord Abraham Mutai, has issued a statement as to why former Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti was perfectly suited for his job.
In a Twitter handle through his social media platform on Friday evening, Lord Abraham stated that Kinoti will be missed by Kenyans due to his love for the job which he did it wholeheartedly.
According to Lord Abraham, Kinoti's reforms to the DCI should be well appreciated by Kenyans since he dedicated his entire life for the sake of this country. He further stated that Kinoti flew the Kenyan flag on the global stage since he performed his duties and responsibilities diligently.
"Kenyans will surely miss DCI George Kinoti! His love for the job. Professionalism. Progressive ideas. The REFORMS he brought to the dreaded CID, now DCI. Flying the Kenyan flag on the GLOBAL STAGE! He dedicated his entire life to love of Country. He walks away, HEAD held HIGH!" posed Lord Abraham.
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