Acting PC denies sackings

Acting PC, Geoffrey Vaki.
The acting Police Commissioner (PC), Geoffrey Vaki, has denied reports that he suspended officers at the National Fraud and Anti-Corruption (NFAC) Directorate HQ and has accused the media of reporting false and misleading news.

Vaki, according to Sunday Chronicle, was responding a report by the Post Courier on Friday alleging that an attempt to suspend NFAC Director Mathew Damaru and Deputy Timothy Gitua failed when the Ombudsmen Commission (OC) intervened.

Vaki said he called the officers to his office to provide him with a brief on the current investigations into the Paraka case, adding that they had a long and fruitful discussion.

Suspended AC, Thomas Eluh.
He went on to say that he was pleased with their brief but required additional information which they would provide him in a detailed brief in due course.

Vaki also said the suspension of Assistant Commissioner (AC) Thomas Eluh was because of insubordination and nothing more.

Meanwhile, Vaki confirmed being contacted by the OC but not for the reasons stated in the media.


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