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Residents of Tana River Country demonstrate along Hola Town streets last Thursday to protest against recent police recruitment exercise.
The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy ( CORD) has reacted angrily to claims by Mombasa County Commissioner Nelson Marwa that the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) is behind the recent violence in the region, including Sunday's gun attack in Likoni where four people were killed.
Where malpractices obtained, the results should be nullified and the culprits punished.
The National Police Service Commission, Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA), Director Criminal Investigations and the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission (EACC) have been summoned to appear before the parliamentary committee on national security next Thursday to shed more light on the recently national police recruitment exercise. Committee chair Asman...
The National Assembly has temporarily blocked the 10,000 new police recruits from reporting to Police College pending the completion of investigations by the National Security Parliamentary Committee.
National Police Service Commission Chairman Johnston Kavuludi (right) and the Inspector-General of Police, Mr David Kimaiyo address the Press at the commission’s offices in Westlands, Nairobi, on July 17, 2014.
NPSC chairperson Johnstone Kavuludi. NAIROBI, KENYA: The National Assembly has ordered police employer, the National Police Service Commission to push forward the August 5 reporting date for recruits pending probe.
National Police Service Commission (NPSC) Chairman Johnston Kavuludi (right) with Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo address the press on July 17, 2014, at the commission's offices in Westlands.
Parliament now wants the National Police Service Commission to stop the admission of 10,000 police recruits until the alleged malpractice is probed.
Police reservists are set to earn more money and receive training as the government bets on the unit to help combat rising cases of insecurity.