In the move to tame the increasing rates of criminal cases in the country and mostly in Nairobi City the Inspector General, Japheth Koome has made a sweeping change in the Nairobi command structure.
The Turkana Central Police boss, Adamson Bungei has now been named as the new Nairobi commander to take over from Manasse Musyoka by the IG, Koome.
Mr Bungei, who had for a long time served in various leadership roles within the capital before being deployed to Turkana in January, will replace Manasse Musyoka who was just last week named the Nairobi police boss.
The appointment of Bungei comes a day after the Interior CS, Kithure Kindiki took host of Nairobi over the increased crime rates. Kindiki issued a stern warning to the youths who have turned into city terrorist.
"Those boys who have dared the government, we have also heard you and therefore we are coming effective immediately. We will get these sons and daughters terrorising city residents out of the city and put them where criminals belong,” he warned.
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