Purity Mwambia And Citizen TV's Linus Kaikai in Trouble As DCI Reveals Next Step of Action Against Them
The Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti now wants Citizen Tv reporter Purity Mwambia and the station's Director of Innovation and Strategy Linus Kaikai to appear before detectives for interrogation over an exposé dubbed Guns Galore.In a statement he released on Monday, Kinoti accused the TV station of failing the basic standard Journalism ethics in their report by giving a slanting information that was ostensibly aimed at tainting the image of the discipline forces.
Meet ‘Papa’ not his real name (for security purposes his name and identity was withheld.)The young man confesses that he is a hardcore criminal in slums.During the trending ‘Gun’s Gallore' documentary aired recently on a local TV station, he confessed to killing so many people that he had lost count.
Media council of Kenya has written to Directorate of Criminal investigation warning them against intimidating Royal media services journalist,in a letter addressed to George Kinoti they claimed that Purity Mwambia followed the law when investigating rogue police officers.They warned that any action taken to Royal media editorial team should first come to their offices because all journalist are members of the council,the council further revealed that if law enforcers feel aggrieved they should not attack journalist who have worked hard yo run an important story.
There have been a series of allegations on social media sorrounding national police spokesperson Charles Owino after a serious expose by Citizen TV Journalist Purity Mwambia.The allegations had largely targeted the police service spokesperson Charles Owino with some of the false reports seen by this writer on social media alleged that Mr Owino had spoken and defended the police service playing down the severity of the rot in the police.
The National Police Service is under fire for forcing form four leavers to sleep at Uhuru Park last night.This was in line with the governments’ curfew guidelines which starts at 8PM.Parents and other citizens have expressed their fury to the government on Social Media, labelling the decision as inhuman and unlawful especially because it was extremely cold and had rained earlier in the day.
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Many Kenyans have praised Citizen TV for the fantastic job to uncover weapons scandal.However, the rotten exposure of the National Police Service annoyed DCI, Kinoti and he came out gun blazing to say what was done was totally wrong.His defence mechanism made vocal leaders across the country react.
[Photo|Courtesy] Citizen TV investigative journalist Purity Mwambia amazed many Kenyans by the guns galore expose which was aired on Citizen TV.She had exposed how police officers were aiding criminal activities by aiding out their weapons to thugs and this has raised more concerns from majority of Kenyans.
Few days ago, Citizen Tv through a popular program called Guns Galore, uncovered that police officers in Kenya are renting out their guns to gangsters, to be be used in robbery and killings.The program also bought guns from the police officers, causing public uproar that police might be involved in robbery and killings.
The 8pm curfew time which was put in place in the five zoned counties by President Uhuru Kenyatta has affected normal lifestyle of Nairobi residents.Commuters usually scramble for PSVs so as to beat the 8pm curfew deadline.The Government through National Police Service has increased police officers along major Nairobi road blocks to make sure those commuting past 8pm curfew deadline are made to spend the cold night in the vehicles.
The National Police Service has responded to allegations that the Police Spokesperson Charles Owino had refuted the 'Gun documentary' expose aired out yesterday on Citizen TV.Through the official Twitter account, the police stated that Mr. Owino had not made the sentiments since he is currently on leave.
The recent expose by Citizen TV on the "rot" in the National Police Service has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans and the Government.The expose by Citizen TV in yesterday's news exposed rogue police officers who are always willing to hire their guns and police uniforms to thugs for specific amount of money.
The police department is large. There are over 100,000 police officers in Kenya. You may be wondering whether all police officers are equal. The reality is that these police officers are not equal. They have different ranks which range from the most superior to the least. The ranks are distinguished by badges. These badges will help you identify the different ranks of these law enforcers. 1. Corporal This is the least ranking police officer in the National Police Service. There is no inscription on the badge.
George Kinoti, the head of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), has downplayed Ms.Purity Mwambia's latest Gun Galore exposé on Citizen TV.Following the expose that revealed the rottenness within the National Police Service, Kinoti has come out to defend the National Police Service.
The National Police Service has summoned Citizen TV editors and reporters following a chilling expose on how rogue police officers lease out guns to criminals.The Director of Criminal Investigations has told journalists at DCI headquarters that the summon would aid with insights in pursuing people behind the vice.
Kenyans have taken to social media to react comically to a warning by the National police Service Kenya about posts going around on social media alleged to from its spokesman Mr Charles Owino.The NPS has put the record straight that Owino is on leave and has not made any communication about the topic that is trending.
Citizen TV investigative journalist, Purity Mwambia have been cheered by many Kenyan's after exposing the truth behind the leasing of police guns and uniforms to criminals for the purposes of robberies and even murder.The expose termed as "GunsGalore" has been uploaded in several social medias with Kenyans urging the Government to provide security to the the firm journalist.
Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti has downplayed a recent Gun Galore ex-pose by Ms.Purity Mwambia of Citizen TV.Kinoti was defending the National Police Service, following the ex-pose that exposed the rottenness that goes on inside the NPS.Dubbed as the "Silaha Motaani", the piece revealed how officers were trading guns to thugs who continued killing and injuring people in their robbery activities.
The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has launched an investigation into Subaru drivers who were seen racing on Thika Road.According to a credible source from the traffic watchdog, the manhunt was conducted in collaboration with the National Police Service (NPS).On Monday, April 19, a video clip surfaced online showing multiple Subaru drivers competing in what seemed to be a racing contest at the Pangani Interchange.
ODM party leader Raila Odinga has taken a break from political discourse and offered a piece of advice to Kenyan couples.According to Raila, any party in a marriage or relationship should leave such an arrangement if they are uncomfortable.According to Raila this move is crucial in solving disputes between couples without resorting to violence.
A privately owned lorry crashed into a police canter that had been positioned at the Thika Superhighway as a roadblock.The police vehicle that was rammed into overturned, and it was unfortunate that there were police officers around and inside the lorry when the accident occurred.Several police officers were rushed to the hospital to receive immediate medical attention.