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Security in any country is paramount. A few months ago, the government of President William Samoei Ruto disbanded the DCI's Special Service Unit SSU and their members were sacked.
But what will be good news to most of them and their families is some of them have been recalled to work.
According to today's Standard Digital Newspaper Pius Gitari who was the SSU boss has been moved to Mandera County where he has been named the new Director of Criminal Investigations. Alfred Njoka who was assisting Mr. Gitari has also been reassigned work. He will be working in the Western region.
Other junior officers have also been taken to far places. The SSU unit was dismantled after it was suspected that it was involved in the mysterious deaths and disappearances of persons in our country. The 12 SSU officers suspected to have been actively participating in these have not been called to work as the government is still investigating them.
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