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29 September 2010
Nairobi — Forty-one officers commanding police stations and four officers commanding weighbridges have been redeployed by Commissioner of Police Mathew Iteere in what is believed to be an austerity measure.
In his biggest reshuffle ever, Mr Iteere also moved 374 chief inspectors barely two weeks after 200 senior officers from the rank of superintendent were moved. Thirty four female officers were affected.
Mr Iteere also appointed a woman chief drill instructor, Ms Janet Shako, to train officers at the Kenya Police College how to march and mount parades. The transfer of weighbridge officers comes in the wake of graft claims.
Mr Joel Chesire becomes the new OCS Lunga Lunga police station while Mr Philemon Lubanga is the new OC Lunga Lunga border post.
Mr Lawrence Riungu, who was Manga OCS is the new OCS Mai Mahiu weighbridge while Mr Ahmed Noor, who was the OCS Voi Railways moves to Mariakani weighbridge.
Mr Justine Nyaga has been replaced as Juja weighbridge OCS and moved to Rhamu in the same capacity.
Timothy Ndiwa has been transferred from Athi River weighbridge to OCS Maua.
Three airport commanders were appointed in the reshuffle.