The recent expose by Citizen TV on the "rot" in the National Police Service has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans and the Government. The expose by Citizen TV in yesterday's news exposed rogue police officers who are always willing to hire their guns and police uniforms to thugs for specific amount of money.
DCI Boss, George Kinoti has come out to castigate Citizen TV for failing to collaborate with Security Agencies in the sensitive expose so as to find out which police station and security agency those hired guns come from.
@Aaroncheruiyot Curious that it is DCI Kinoti who is leading the spin against #SilahaMitaani.
Ordinarily since it is the whole police as an institution on trial, isn't it proper that the IG and NPSC who should have come out to assure Kenyans of their safety?
Kinoti & credibility? .. No way.
The vocal senator has further reinstated that Kinoti's credibility is questionable thereby he shouldn't be speaking on behalf of National Police Service.
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