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Team to probe police imposter formed

15 January 2013, 13:48

Nairobi - National Police Service Commission chairman Johnston Kavuludi has launched a team to investigate the activities of police imposter Joshua Waiganjo.

According to The Standard, the committee was established to investigate the activities of Waiganjo and hand in its report by January 31.

The committee's sittings will be in Nakuru and Nairobi to collect views from the public and police over the saga.

- For more visit The Standard

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