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Newly appointed DCI Amin Ibrahim sworn in, replaces combative George Kinoti

The newly appointed Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) Amin Mohammed Ibrahim has been sworn in during a ceremony presided over by Chief Justice Martha Koome.

Amin was appointed as the new Director of DCI by President Ruto last week replacing George Kinoti who presided over a controversial tenure.

Before his appointment, Amin was serving as the NPS Director of Internal Affairs Unit (IAU).

At the swearing in Amin was accompanied by the Ag.IG Mr Noor Gabow, DIG KPS, Mr Edward Mbugua and the Chairman National Police Service Commission Mr. Eliud Kinuthia among other senior Officers.

Speaking after being sworn, the new DCI boss said the Directorate will conduct investigations professionally to inspire confidence in the office of the DCI.

He noted that the Directorate shall work in harmony with counterparts within the NPS, judiciary and other correction services.

The Ag.IG Mr. Gabow in his speech, congratulated the new DCI boss for his appointment.

Gabow assured Kenyans that the “new sheriff in town” is coming in with a vast experience of 33 years in service reiterating that investigations will be handled without prejudice.

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