Why Ndegwa Muhoro, Director Of Criminal Investigation Was Fired By Uhuru Kenyatta

The New Cabinet Reshuffle has had people speculating on why some names were left out with other citing a bigger problem between the two head of state.

Naiexpose.co.ke has had first hand information on why the director of investigation could not not have retained his seat.

Former police spokes person George Kinoti has been been appointed by the president as the acting Directorate of Criminal Investigations. Other generals whose names have been forwarded alongside Muhoró's include, Deputy Inspector General of police, Joel Mboya Kitili and Deputy Inspector General Administration Police Service, Samuel Arachi.

Former Director Of Criminal Investigation Ndegwa Muhoro. Photo File Naiexpose.co.ke 

The president appointed Edward Mbugua and Noor Gabao as the new Deputy inspector General of police and Deputy Inspector General Administration Police Service respectively.

Uhuru made the shocking announcement where he had retained only six cabinet secretaries and that new names were also included. He appointed new Cabinet secretaries who include Director of Public Prosecution Keriako Tobiko, former Marsabit governor Ukur Yatani and former Turkana Senator John Munyes.

The president said he has accepted the resignation of Keriako Tobiko as the Director of Public Prosecution making him eligible for the vetting process as he no longer holds public office .