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3 interviewed for top cop job

09 November 2012, 16:28

Nairobi - Interviews for the post of Inspector General of the National Police Service kicked off on Friday with Kenya Airports Police Unit Chief Grace Kaindi and former Provincial CID boss Swaleh Slim being grilled first.

According to Capital News, Kaindi who has been a long serving police boss told the interviewing panel that she has what it takes to lead the service.

She told the Johnston Kavuludi team that she has enough experience having joined the police force in 1975.

- For more visit Capital News


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