David Maraga, who used to be Chief Justice, stopped by the office of Japheth Koome, the Inspector General of Police, in Nairobi today.
Reports say that Amin Ibrahim Mohammed, the head of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), and Mr. Edward Mbugua, the DIG of the Kenya Police Service (KPS), as well as Mr. Abdallah Komesha, the Principal Assistant to the IG, were present at the meeting. Mr. Noor Gabow, who is the DIG of the APS, was also there.
Just a few days before the meeting, President William Ruto gave the former Chief Justice the job of leading the national taskforce to improve the terms and conditions of service and make other changes for the National Police Service and the Prison Service.
From what we've heard, Mr. Maraga and his deputy, Carole Kariuki, have agreed to work together to get relevant information that will help the two Security Command departments work well.
Photos posted on the NPS Facebook page show that the Inspector General of Police wore a full military uniform, while other officials, such as Amin and Maraga, wore suits.
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