IG Boinnet moves 40 police chiefs in latest reshuffle


Joseph Boinnet
Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet. PHOTO| COURTESY

In Summary

  • Nairobi County Commander Japeth Koome is now the Principal Deputy to Edward Mbugua, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) in-charge of Kenya Police taking over from Kingori Mwangi who is now the Commandant Kenya Police College, Kiganjo.
  • Henry K. Barmao gets promoted to Director of Operations. He had been in the post on an acting capacity.
  • Julius Muthama Kitili is now Regional Commander Western from Director Reforms.

Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet has transferred 40 top cops in a countrywide reshuffle.

Nairobi County Commander Japeth Koome is now the Principal Deputy to Edward Mbugua, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) in-charge of Kenya Police taking over from Kingori Mwangi who is now the Commandant Kenya Police College, Kiganjo.

Koome’s post has been taken by Joseph Ole Tito who was Commandant at the Anti Stock Theft Unit. Tito’s post has been taken over by Joseph Damji Kodi who was the General Staff Officer (GSU).

Others are;

Henry K. Barmao gets promoted to Director of Operations. He had been in the post on an acting capacity.

Julius Muthama Kitili is now Regional Commander Western from Director Reforms.

Noah Jacob Mwivanda – Director Community Policing, Children and Gender to Regional Commander Coast.

Moses Ombati – Regional Commader Western to Regional Commander Eastern

Larry Kiyeng – Regional Commander Coast to Director Personnel

Peter Ndung’u – Traffic One to Director Planning

Samuel Kimaru – Secretary Firearms Bureau to Commandant Traffic

Francis Munyambu – Kenya Police Service HQs to Regional Commander Central

Meshack Musyoki – Traffic Two to Traffic One

Wilfred Mogere – OCPD Kwanza to OCPD Buna, Wajir County

Robert Kipsang Kipsuru – Deputy OCPD Bunyala to OCPD Nyamira

Mohammed Amin – OCPD Nyando to Regional HQs Nairobi

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