DCI boss George Kinoti shows off his shooting skills [Video]

DCI boss Kinoti at the shooting range

DCI boss George Kinoti during a shooting exercise on Thursday (Twitter)

Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti on Thursday showed off his shooting prowess at an undisclosed shooting range.

The DCI shared a picture and video footage of his session where he managed to get a majority of the shots on target.

He used what appeared to be a glock pistol and later he used what appeared to be an assault rifle normally used by KDF soldiers.

The official DCI handle tweeted: "Despite not practicing regularly & using different firearms, the DCI's shooting skills were amazing!"

George Kinoti survived 28 bullets to the stomach

A recent profile of the investigations boss revealed that he had survived 28 bullets to the stomach after being ambushed by thugs along Jogoo Road.

According to the DCI boss, he was taken to the hospital with his intestines outside his body and declared dead, only to go into a coma that lasted a few days.

He went on to explain that the ordeal inspired him to take action against crime in Nairobi.

Here is the video of Kinoti at the shooting range.

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