The National Police Service has been thrown into deep mourning following the untimely death of one of their long serving officers.
"It is with profound sadness and grief that we announce the death of Mr Charlton Muriithi, SAIG, after a long illness bravely borne." Part of their statement reads.
Mr Charlton Muriithi was a senior and long serving officer with a distinguished career. According to NPS, he has diligently served the nation and the National Police Service in various capacity in distinction. Up to the time of his final breath, he was serving as the Director of Kenya National Focal Point on Illicit Small Arms and Light Weapons.
The deceased has left behind a fabulous family, colleagues, friends whom they had great memories together. The Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai has now conveyed his sincere condolences and deep sympathies for the unbearable loss.
Additionally, the family of Charlton Muriithi has been informed of his death and the National Police Service is currently on the ground coordinating with them to ensure that that give him a descent burial. May God rest his soul in eternal peace, Amen.
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