The Internal Affairs Unit (IAU) has finally announced the replacement of Amin Ibrahim Mohammed weeks after he was appointed as the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss by President William Ruto.
According a report by a source who spoke to Kenyans.co.ke on Wednesday 7, David Kipkosgei Birech is the new director of the IAU, a position formerly held by the new DCI boss. Alongside his appointment, a total of ten detectives were also appointed to boost the investigations department of the unit.
Before his appointment, Mr Kipkosgei had a magnificent profile based on his work in various departments at the DCI. According to reports, he has worked as a senior detective in various departments at the police service including at the Directorate of Reforms that's located at Jogoo House, Nairobi county.
Mr Kipkosgei Birech had also worked as as a Senior Staff officer training at Vigilance. However, he resigned from office as a senior detective back in late September when he was running to replace the former DCI boss George Kinoti but was defeated by Amin Mohammed.
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