Police officers who have overstayed in their current stations have received a big blow as Cabinet Secretary of Interior Kithuke Kindiki ordered them to be transferred. A report that has impressed many people across the country. According to the report shared by the reliable sources, Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithuke Kindiki announced an overhaul in the police service that would see the transfer of officers who have overstayed in their work stations.
Kithuke Kindiki spoke this on Wednesday, November 30, 2022 while addressing specialized police formations.
The Cabinet Secretary assured that police officers who have served in their current posts for a long time would be transferred to other parts of the country, emphasising that those in violate work workstations would be redeployed to less stressful areas.
The Cabinet Secretary announced that his presence was to deliver a message of appreciation and encouragement to the officers stationed in the volatile areas.
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