Fireworks as DCI KINOTI differs openly with UHURU and BOINNET as he clashes with IG at DCI Headquarters

Friday November 30, 2018-The Inspector General of Police (IG), Joseph Boinnet, and the Director of Criminal Investigations, George Kinoti, are headed for a clash over the new police reforms.

This is after they openly disagreed at a meeting at the DCI headquarters on Kiambu Road on November 24 over the new ranking of police officers announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta in the new reforms.

According to the new structure, detectives at the DCI will be required to report to uniformed police officers of a lower rank; something that Kinoti does not agree with.

Kinoti is pushing for the review of the changes announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta. On the other hand, Boinnet has remained adamant, insisting that the changes announced by the President would not be altered and that DCI officers should report to junior police officers on the ground.

According to those who attended the stormy meeting at DCI Headquarters, Boinnet urged the DCI to find alternative ways to redeploy senior officers who fear the changes will make them lose their rank, offices, and status.


  1. another badly thought through idea, infact one of the top worse ideas, our police cannot be entrusted with anything except patrolling and regulating traffic

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