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Glowing tributes pour as senior assistant Inspector General of Police was laid to rest

Glowing tributes poured as senior assistant Inspector General of Police Charlton Murithi was laid to rest at his Gatakene village home, Meru County Saturday.

Mr Murithi lost his life after battling with pancreatic cancer 10 days ago while receiving medical treatment at Kenyatta National Hospital.

President Kenyatta eulogised the late director of the Kenya national focal point on illicit small arms and light weapons as a hardworking civil servant true to the call of duty.

In a condolence message passes by Energy Permanent Secretary Gordon Kihalangwa, President Kenyatta said Charlton was an industrious officer who work is shown in every assignment.

He described his work at the Internal Affairs Unit and the small arms directorate as outstanding.

Major Kihalangwa added that he closely worked with Mr Murithi and was moved by his sharp brain and impeccable utter of the English language.

Secretary for Internal Security Wilson Njega described Mr Murithi as a good Kenyan patriot who worked with alot of diligence in his different roles.

DCI George Kinoti mourned Mr Murithi as his role model, saying he assist in uplifting the morale of many cops even at the time he was sick.

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