The National Police Service (NPS) has put it openly about the arrest of the former Commissioner-General of the Kenya Prisons Service Wycliffe Ogalo following his sacking on Wednesday. In a statement from The National Police Service, the police officers seen on the video accosting the former boss, they were just issuing directions to him where to wait police vehicle which was to escort him home.
“The reporting appearing in mainstream and social media that the former Kenya Prisons Service’s Commissioner General Mr. Wycliffe Ogallo has been arrested by police is not accurate as stated. This is to clarify that police only facilitated a smooth and seamless handover of office and escorted the former Commissioner General to his home.” NPD issued a statement.
Their presence at the premises, the statement stated that it was only to oversee a smooth transfer of office from Ogalo to his successor Brigadier (Rtd) John Kibaso Warioba.
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