The new Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) boss, Amin Mohamed Ibrahim was on Wednesday 19th October sworn in by Chief Justice Martha Koome.
Amin Mohamed said that he was ready for the task ahead. And promised to carry out his mandate without prejudice.
Amin said that he would like to be easily accessible to persons who might need his assistance. As a result, he shared his phone number with Kenyans.
“I will always be available and for purposes of records, I would like to give out my number which is, 0722415419, so that any member of the public or any other person who feels like reaching out to me can easily do so,” he said.
Amin went ahead to promise that he would deliver to Kenyans.
“I promise the Kenyan people that as the DCI, I’m going to discharge my duties and responsibilities professionally, with utmost integrity and respect. As a service, we shall make sure that we adhere to our constitutional standards and fundamental freedoms. We shall ensure and endeavor to make sure Kenya will be a safe and secure country for all the people that live therein,” said Amin.
“We shall conduct our investigations professionally, expeditiously and see to it that we bring members of the public on board and see how we can bridge the gap and inspire confidence in the office of the DCI and my officers,” said Amin.
By Wanjiru Mbaru