Senior Assistant Inspector General of Police Charlton Murithi is dead. According to fresh reports from the police, their colleague died while undergoing through cancer treatment at the Kenyatta National Hospital. May his Saul rest in peace and condolences to his family and friends.
Here is a link: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/national/article/2001453563/senior-assistant-inspector-general-of-police-charlon-murithi-dies
Charlton Murithi was one of the lead police officers who have ensured the country remained peaceful despite him battling the cancer sickness for a longtime. It's a fact the disease drained his finances but again we can only put his family in prayers during this hard and trying moments.
Until his death, Chalton served as a director at the small weapons department. He has also previously served a director at the police headquarters, vigilance house. It's therefore a blow to the police fraternity as a whole.
Rest in peace Chalton Murithi, we loved you but God almighty loved you most. Please rejoice with the Lord and the angels. It's a fact in this world nobody will be here forever for all of us will have to die at some point in time. Rest in peace sir.
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