Just in; Uhuru Directs One Building To Be Named After Kenya's First Female Prison Boss, Kireri
In the country, there are many police officers who are serving millions of Kenyans in different parts. Most of them are hardworking and well known in the country. According to the source, new details have just emerged about the first woman commandant of prison , Wanini Kirere.
1,749 shortlisted in Kenya Prison countrywide Recruitment
The Kenya prisons Service (KPS) has released names of the shortlisted candidates for the highly anticipated cadets and medical practitioners. KPS published the full list of of the 1,749 shortlisted candidates on Tuesday, march 1, just three weeks after the recruitment drive countrywide. 1,000 recrruits were shortlisted for medical service officers and general cadets while 749 qualified for the medical technicians slots.
What Interior CS Kindiki Requested President Ruto to intervene in the Prison Sector in Kenya
President William Samoei Ruto witnessed the Pass out ceremony of the Prison recruits in Ruiru. Among the leaders who occasioned the event was Interior Security Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki among others. Kenya Prison is one of the branches of the Kenya Police whose task is to enforce law and order in the country.
KDF Officer Admits To Paying Sh2.4 M for Relatives To Join Prisons
An officer of the KDF has acknowledged buying a position for one of his relatives as a prison guard. Photo courtesy KDF officer Anthony Barongo testified in court as one of the witnesses in a case where Nelson, the suspect, is accused of stealing money from members of the public by promising to give them a chance to work in Kenyan prisons.Anthony confessed that he paid Ksh.2.4 million to help six youths—among them, two of his relatives—join Kenya Prison while being questioned by attorney Danstan Omari.
KDF Officer Confesses Giving A Bribe Of sh 2.4M For Relatives To Be Recruited As Prisons Officers
A KDF officer has admitted to paying some cash for his relatives to be offered a job as prison officers. Appearing before court, KDF officer Anthony Barongo was one of those testifying in a case where a suspect, Nelson Mukara is accused of defrauding members of the public money with promises that he will offer them a chance at join Kenya Prisons.