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    Confusion as Police boss clashes with interior CS Matiang’i on service eligibility

    Confusion has rocked the security system after police boss Charles Owino earlier today different with interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i over the eligibility of the entrants in the service. Speaking in an interview earlier today, Owino stated that the service had a challenge in employing officers who had scored grade C+ and above because of […] More

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    ODM kills Police spokesman Charles Owino’s political dream with a devastating press release

    Just days ago, Police spokesman Charles Owino made clear his political intention, and also gave clear and vivid signals that he would be vying for the Siaya Gubernatorial seat on an ODM ticket. However, a press release that has subsequently been given by the Orange Democratic Party has all but killed any hopes that Charles […] More

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    Police boss Charles Owino speaks on resigning to run for Gubernatorial position

    Police spokesman Charles Owino has once again re-ignited the talk on Siaya gubernatorial position, stating that he will resign from the service sometime ahead of the 2022 general elections. Speaking earlier today the eloquent police boss stated that he will contest for the Siaya gubernatorial position come 2022 general elections. Owino was talking to the […] More

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    Police talks on DP Ruto’s security detail days after allies voiced concerns of hit squad

    Barely two days after over 100 MP’s allied to the Deputy President William Ruto reached out to the UK and the US to intervene on the DP’s state of security, the police have responded. The police through their spokesman Charles Owino responded to the claims detailing the DP’s three levels of security handling his safety […] More

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    New development as Police speak on accident that left 1 dead during Uhuru’s Sagana meeting

    New twist as police have denied knowledge of the person or the vehicle that killed a disabled man in Sagana Nyeri County on the day President Uhuru Kenyatta was holding a meeting at the Sagana state lodge. Speaking yesterday police spokesman Charles Owino stated that police do not know the government official to whom the […] More

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    National Police responds to claims of brutality, says curfew must be respected at all cost

    The National Police Service spokesperson Charles Owino has responded to claims of police brutality when enforcing the curfew. In a statement, Owino says the curfew is meant to guard against an apparent threat to public health. Adding that breaking it is not only irresponsible but also puts others in harm’s way. Scores of commuters were […] More