Picture courtesy. DG Amin.
This is after nine officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, were arrested and prosecuted for the murder of two foreign nationals from India and their taxi driver.
However, they were released a few days ago on a 500,000 Kenya shillings bond as the DNA samples are taken and tested as per the reports that we have.
This afternoon, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from the Director General of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Amin Mohamed, he has transferred sixty officers from the Special Services Unit.
The sixty officers from the disbanded Special Services Unit have been redeployed in various capacities across the country and will be absorbed according to their ranks.
"The officers will get new responsibilities as will be directed by their seniors of where they have been transferred in the ranks," a communication read in part from the National Police Service.
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Picture courtesy. DCI officers.
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