Kenya National police service is mourning the sudden death of a senior police officer, who was the commanding officer of the Rapid deployment unit(RDU).
The late officer Peter Maina Gikonyo was a healthy person until his untimely death that occurred yesterday around 11:00 pm. He complained of acute pain and he was rushed to Ruai hospital.
He was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital, his body was taken to the morgue for postmortem. The late officer was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in early 2016.
The late was a humble, social, team builder, and hardworking person. He had a good vision over the rapidly deployment unit and the entire police service. His death was a big blow not only to the family but also to the entire Kenya national police service for his position and duties may not be replaced soon. May his soul great in peace.
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