News just in indicates that Commandant National Police College, NPC Kiganjo Bruno Shiosho today received powerful US Investigator Robin Bradley just a day after the US delegates paid a visit to the Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome.
According to the information shared by the National Police Service, Tobin Bradley is the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs in charge of Africa and Middle East.
National Police Service reveals that this meeting was a follow up to a similar meeting that the inspector General of Police Japhet Koome held yesterday with the American delegation at the National Police Service Headquarters in Nairobi.
Photo Courtesy; Bruno Shiosho and Tobin Bradley today .
Shiosho who recently handed over the office of the NPS spokesperson to Resila Onyango had a meeting with Bradley and the discussion centred on areas of cooperation in the police training.
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