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News: National Police Service Mourns Demise of Senior Assistant Inspector-General of Police.

Charlton Murithi, Senior assistant inspector general of police, has passed away.

According to reports, Mr. Murithi died on Friday, August 19, while receiving treatment at Nairobi's Kenyatta National Hospital. Mr. Chalton was undergoing cancer treatment at KNH, where he was admitted and monitored by medical professionals. According to the police, Murithi's brother verified his demise.

Mr. Murithi was suffering from cancer-related difficulties. He moved to South Africa for medical care about three months ago. He later came back to Kenya and was hospitalized at the KNH.

According to the National Police Service, Murithi is a committed and competent officer who will be remembered by his coworkers. Police opened a condolences book for individuals desiring to express their final respects for him.

Murithi held the position of Director of the Kenya National Focal Point (KNFP) for Small Arms and Light Weapons. The department is to oversee and manage efforts and actions related to arms control in the entire county. Although the KNFP is managed by the police, it falls under the office of the President.

Murithi also held positions as Traffic Commander and Administrative Director at the Nairobi police department.

Senior Assistant Inspector-General of Police Charlton Murithi

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