Police officers at a past parade/file photo
By Upesi News Team,Nairobi,Nov 21st,2016-Two senior police officers have been transferred to Mandera in a Kenya police reshuffle that has seen 123 officers moved.
Former Starehe police chief Bernard Nyakwaka and his Kaloleni counterpart David Kerina have been transferred to Mandera as the county commander and county operations commander, respectively.
Both officers are of the rank of commissioner of police.
Mr Nyakwaka replaces long-serving Mandera Commander Job Boronjo, who has been transferred to Kiganjo
Former Diplomatic Police Commandant Allan Sangoro has been appointed director of studies at the Kenya Police College Kiganjo
The transfers, effected by Deputy Inspector of Police in charge of the Kenya Police Service Joel Kitili, has seen senior officers of the ranks between assistant superintendent and commissioner of police moved.