The Kenya Kwanza government is already causing heated debate among Kenyans and according to some Kenyans and close allys of Hon Raila Odinga have Vowed that the meeting will be there. The planned rallies by Hon. Raila Odinga are giving president William Ruto’s government nightmares with CS Interior Kindiki Kithure warning sounding hot air.
According to some Kenyans and close allies of Hon. Raila Odinga, the Kenya Kwanza government has already sparked intense debate among Kenyans and has vowed that the meeting will take place. President William Ruto's administration is having nightmares about Hon. Raila Odinga's planned rallies due to CS Interior Kindiki Kithure's warnings of hot air.
George Kinoti is a Kenyan investigative officer. He is the immediate former boss of the Director of Criminal Investigation in Kenya. The embattled George Kinoti was forced to resign when president William Samoei Arap Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza Alliance government took over. Bitter president William Ruto decided to revenge against George Kinoti after the two fell out during the retired incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta's regime.
Within hours of Juliana Cherera's resignation as vice chair of the IEBC, political analyst Stephen Mutoro revealed the names of other leaders who faced similar pressures and ultimately resigned. Posting on his verified Twitter account, Stephen Mutoro claimed that former DCI head George Kinoti, former IGP Hillary Mutyambai, and IEBC vice chair Juliana Cherera were all on the outs.
Locals in Nakuru County, Kenya, are in disbelief after a 56-year-old man named Njoroge Waweru attempted suicide by severing his privates with a kitchen knife. Investigative work done by local police officers revealed that Njoroge attempted suicide while his wife was bathing in his home. When she returned, she discovered him lying ruthlessly on the ground, she took him to Esther Memorial Hospital, where he was treated before being sent to Nakuru County Referral Hospital for additional care.
Several weeks after the president disbanded the Special Service Unit (SSU) of the DCI its boss Pius Gitari has been reinstated. Gitari has however been deployed to Mandera as the County Criminal Investigations Officer. His deputy, Alfred Njoka who had also been suspended for a mandatory leave was reinstated and transferred to Western where he will serve in the office of the Regional Criminal Investigations.
President William Ruto and his deputy president Rigathi Gachagua together with the Kenya Kwanza administration recognize that there are people who tormented them during the second term of former president Uhuru Kenyatta. Speaking in an event yesterday, however, the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua announced that they plan to forgive and leave alone people who tormented them during the last administration following president William Ruto's fallout with his then boss Uhuru Kenyatta.
Another unit that was led by George Kinoti, a close ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta, and the newly-elected directorate of criminal investigation boss, has been disbanded by Mohammed Amin, the directorate's new boss. The most recent action has resulted in the dissolution of the anti-counterfeit unit, which under Uhuru's leadership was crucial in ensuring that products brought into the nation were verified by the Kenya Bureau of Statistics.
The Director General of Directorate of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti, tendered his resignation to the service and will be exiting the office he has diligently held for a number of years. Picture courtesy. Flying Squad Unit at work. George Kinoti is credited for the many changes that he brought to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations turning it into one of the most efficient crime busters in the continent.
New Directorate of Criminal Investigation Boss, Mohamed Amin has once again made major changes in the Investigative Agency few days after his appointment by President William Ruto. The new DCI Boss seems to be keen on making changes in a docket which his predecessor was at loggerheads with the current Head of State.
Photo Courtesy; Rwandan Spy Boss Mr. Jeanot Ruhunga has today landed in the country for a benchmarking with new Director of Criminal Investigations Amin Mohammed Ibrahim and was hosted at the Mazingira Complex Offices along Kiambu Road in Nairobi. The visit by the Rwandan Spy Boss to the new DCI Boss comes only barely a month after the visit by the Secretary General of the Rwanda Investigation Bureau, RIB hosted the then DCI Boss George Kinoti in Rwanda.
The head of Rwanda's spy agency, Mr. Jeanot Ruhunga, arrived in the nation today for a benchmarking meeting with Amin Mohammed Ibrahim, the new director of criminal investigations. He was received at the Mazingira Complex Offices on Kiambu Road in Nairobi. Only a month has passed since the Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) hosted the former DCI Boss, George Kinoti, in Rwanda before the Rwandan Spy Boss paid the incoming DCI Boss a visit.
BREAKING NEWS: Amin, DCI Boss Disbands Another Police Unit Started By His Predecessor, George Kinoti
Mohamed Amin, the new boss of the Directorate of Criminal Investigation, has already made significant changes in the Investigative Agency just a few days after being appointed to his position by President William Ruto. It would appear that the new boss of the DCI is eager to make changes in a docket over which his predecessor was at odds with the sitting Head of State.
Immediately after Mohamed Amin was sworn into office as the new director of criminal investigation (DCI), he quickly made a few changes in the manner his predecessor, George Kinoti, had organized his team to ensure that there is law and order in the country. Mohamed Amin disbanded a task force that was put in place by George Kinoti to curb security threats that need immediate action.
Within a few days of his appointment by President William Ruto, Mohamed Amin, the new boss of the Directorate of Criminal Investigation, has once more made significant changes to the Investigative Agency. The new DCI boss appears eager to alter a schedule with which his predecessor disagreed with the current head of state.
Azimio la Umoja criticized the government for targeting former officials who did not support the coalition during the previous elections. The coalition led by Raila Odinga also took a swipe at the president for his harsh approach towards some individuals. During a press briefing on Thursday, Raila revealed that George Kinoti, the former head of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), was the first target of President William Ruto's revenge.
Currently, George Kinoti is a target. As investigations into misconduct by officers under his command gain steam, the former head of Kenya's Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) is increasingly cast as the scapegoat for the Uhuru Kenyatta administration as a whole. Again, a unit led by George kinoti, a close ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta, has been disbanded by directorate of criminal investigation boss Mohammed Amin.
BREAKING: DCI Boss Amin Mohamed Disbands Another Special Unit Formed By His Predecessor George Kinot
The head of the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) Amin Mohamed has broken down another special unit of officers in his department. As reported by the The Star newspaper, Amin disbanded anti-counterfeit unit then transferred all the senior commanders who were heading that unit. The special unit was created by the former DCI Boss George Kinoti to deal with counterfeit consignments.
The Kenya Kwanza administration, together with President William Ruto and Vice President Rigathi Gachagua, acknowledge that there are many that harassed them throughout the second term of former President Uhuru Kenyatta. However, following president William Ruto's dispute with his then-boss Uhuru Kenyatta, deputy president Rigathi Gachagua declared at an event yesterday that they intended to forgive and leave alone anyone who harassed them during the previous administration.
Amin Mohamed, Director of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), has reorganized the Anti-Counterfeit and Contraband Goods Police Unit, which was established in 2018 by George Kinoti, Mohamed's predecessor. However, he did not confirm or deny the transfer of bosses and did not provide additional details regarding the matter.