Expired: How would you rate Boinnet performance after retiring?

Chief Justice Willy Mutunga (right) congratulates the newly sworn-in Inspector-General of Police, Mr Joseph Kipchirchir Boinett, at the Supreme Court in Nairobi on March 11, 2015. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE

Mr Joseph Kipchirchir Boinett’s term as the Inspector-General of Police has ended after being nominated by President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2015.

The inspector general a former intelligence officer has also previously served as a desk officer in Kenyan missions in Harare, Zimbabwe and Rome, Italy and in the Foreign Office as Head of Protocol.

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The National Security Council (NSC) chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta has been holding a series of meetings in recent weeks to discuss who will succeed Inspector-General of Police Joseph Boinnet.

According to sources, the council has selected a number of candidates from the National Police Service (NPS) as well as from other security agencies as possible successors.

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The nominees will be vetted by the National Assembly’s Administration and National Security Committee before they are formally appointed.

A very bad example to all,he maimed and tortured innocent Kenyans .— COLLINS OYUGI (@CollinsOyugiHSC) March 11, 2019

He’s young to retire,,, let the President appoint him to head a parastatal or Ambassadorial post!— Rooney njoga (@rooney_njoga) March 11, 2019

2/10…he maimed and killed people in the Nyanza and Nairobi regions in the run up to the general election.— bonev noel (@jatelaw) March 11, 2019

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