Drunk DCI officer arrested after insulting senior police boss

DCI officer arrested after insulting top police boss

A man in handcuffs (Twitter)

A detective attached to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) in Nairobi was arrested for insulting two women and a senior police officer.

According to the police report, Francis Gichogo Mwita was drunk when the confrontation ensued and he was held in Kehancha police station, Migori County.

Mwita was arrested for causing disturbance and hurling unprintables on two women identified as Happiness Wambura and Habuba Hamisi.

He was also accused of insulting Kehancha police station OCS who had intervened.

Insulting OCS

The DCI officer is said to have bragged of how well connected he was and threatened that he could affect the transfer of the OCS from the station.

He abused the OCS of being a fool and there was nothing that he could do to him. He even threatened of being able to initiate a transfer of the Ocs at once,” read the report filed under OB number 21/21/04/2019.

After the OCS effected his arrest, Mwita is said to have introduced himself as a police officer attached to DCI headquarters Nairobi.

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