President William Ruto on Tuesday, September 27 announced that he had received the resignation letters of both the Inspector General of Police, Hilary Mutyambai, and Director General of Criminal Investigations, George Kinoti.
In a press briefing at State House, Ruto noted that Mutyambai had requested to proceed on terminal leave and he (the President) accepted his resignation.
Further, he noted that Kinoti had also tendered his resignation and directed the Head of Public Service to appoint someone else to be in an acting position.
“IG Police Mutyambai for his request to proceed on terminal leave because of his health situation. After discussions with Mutyambai and in consideration of his service to the nation and his health, I have accepted that he will proceed on terminal leave in the six months that he has on his contract.”
“I have also received the resignation of DCI Kinoti. I have directed the national police service to proceed with advertising that position. Meanwhile, they should get somebody to act in that position.
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