The police inspector general Japheth Koome has told the first in command William Ruto that in the last three months he's worked very peacefully after he revealed that he has not called him to ask for any favor so far or sack any of the officers. He told him this on face during the pass out of police officers at Kiganjo college in Nyeri county.
According to the video clip seen by the writer online, the police inspector general Japheth told the first in command William Ruto that he's worked smoothly without any worries in the past three months since he has not received any call from the executive office asking for favors or even asking him to sack his officers from the office.
He has however thanked the president for his solemn vow not to interfere with their work and so far so good between them since they have been left to work independently. At the same time the president gave him a directive to see that all the police recruited and graduated today will not buy any uniforms as it has been in the past. Watch the video
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