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
Sombre mood has engulfed Gatekene area of Imenti South sub-county in Meru county as residents attentively follow the burial procession of one of their departed sons who had an illustrious career in the disciplined forces. The funeral mass for the Late Mr. Charlton Murithi Muruiki, EBS, OGW, NDC (K), who until his demise was the Director Kenya National Focal Point on Small Arms is being held at Gatekene Primary School grounds.
The police department is still finding it hard to come to terms with the sudden death of the former Senior Assistant Inspector General of police after a long battle with a deadly disease. Charlton Murithi, the former senior police, died while receiving treatment at the Kenyatta National Hospital at dawn after a long battle with cancer.
The funeral mass for the senior Inspector General of Police Charlton Murithi is underway in Meru County. Murithi died on Friday August 19th. At the time of his death Murithi was a director of Kenya National Focal Point on Illicit Small Arms and Light Weapons, which is under the office of President but being run by the police.
Former police boss Charlton Murithi is dead. The sad news were announced by Star Kenya on Facebook. Muriithi was battling cancer for some time and was flown to South Africa for specialized treatment 3 months ago. His family revealed that he died today at 3 am. Muriithi was serving as Kenya National Focal Point on Illicit Small Arms and Light Weapons boss.
Former Senior Assistant Inspector-General of Police Charlton Murithi has died. Murithi died at 3am on Friday, August 19. He was receiving treatment at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) in Nairobi. He was flown back to Kenya and was admitted to the KNH. A report of his death was filed at the Capitol Hill Police Station.
Former director of personal at the police headquarters , Charlton Murithi(photo courtesy) Former director of personal at the police headquarters , Charlton Murithi is dead. Murithi's demise has been confirmed by police headquarters in a comprehensive statement on Friday which will be issued later during the day.
Funeral mass of late director of Kenya national focal point on small arms, Charlton Muriithi, underway. The deceased prior to his demise was the director of Kenya national focal point on small arms. This is according to the Facebook post by The National Police Service Commission on Saturday evening.
The Kate Mr Charlton Murithi Muruiki is being laid to rest today in his home in Imenti south subcounty. Mr Charlton Murithi Muruiki, EBS, OGW, NDC(K) was until his demise the director of Kenya National Focal Point on Small Arms. His efforts and determination to work was recommendable.
Sad news has been revealed by online sources, revealing that former police chief Charlton Murithi has passed away. Murithi, who functioned as the traffic commander, passed away on Friday morning while receiving treatment at the Kenyatta National Hospital. According to sources, Murithi had been suffering from complications caused by his diabetes for a while, and the disease worsened before he passed away.
(Image: courtesy) The country has been thrown into mourning on Friday morning as Charlton Murithi was pronounced dead. Murithi was the former director of personnel at police headquarters in the country. According to reports, Murithi died at the Kenyatta Hospital due to cancer-related complications.
From the star news source of information Charlton Murithi has been declared dead while he was undergoing treatment and Kenyatta National hospital.Murithi who served as the traffic commandant died this morning at Kenyatta hospital.This is very sad and a great loss to his family, colleagues, police service and Kenyans .
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.
Reports indicated that Murithi passed away on Friday, August 19, while receiving treatment at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) in Nairobi. He was receiving treatment for cancer at KNH where he had been admitted and under the watchful eye of doctors round the clock. Murithi was battling cancer complications.