Former Directorate of Criminal Investigations head, George Kinoti, who left after handing over power to the new DCI boss, who has been appointed to serve as executive, has leaked.
George Kinoti is seen leaving the DCI headquarters after handing over the reins to Hamisi Masaa, who was appointed to fill his vacancy after he resigned.
After George Kinoti leaves office, Hamisi Massa will take over as Director of Criminal Investigations for 14 days.
According to a National Police Commission statement, this will pave way for a competitive application for the position.
Hamisi Masaa has long served as the Anti-Narcotics Unit's director (ANU).According to a statement from the National Police Service Commission, this will pave the way for the position to be filled competitively.
Hamisi Masaa has been the Director of the Anti Narcotics Unit for a long time (ANU).
According to the National Police Service, interested candidates seeking to be recruited as new DCIs and those seeking to succeed Kinoti have until October 6 to apply, and they must have a degree, 10 years of experience, and proven knowledgeablee of criminal investigations.
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