George Kinoti who is the DCI boss has today denied that the arms which were used to air an investigative report on citizen TV do not belong to the Kenyan police. In what seemed as a difficulty in explaining about thhe where abouts of the police uniform and the handcuffs, the DCI boss requested the Royal Media Group Management to visit the DCI offices and write a statement concerning the case.
While speaking to the media, Kinoti repeatedly said that the fire arms presented we're not from the Kenyan police service and that he has never seen such guns in the police service. As investigation continues, Kinoti says that there are firearms which enter the country through the Northern parts of the country.
The police says that it is not possible for a Kenyan police firearm to be mismanaged by the officers because there is a clear and proper record keeping of movement of the firearms. Do you think the DCI boss was sincere by saying that they don't recognize the firearms as one of theirs? Leave a comment below and remember to click the follow button and share this article.
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