|Police reforms: Iteere shuffles 125 senior officers|
President Kibaki's official bodyguard is among the 125 senior police officers who were moved in changes announced by Iteere on Tuesday.
Senior Superintendent of Police John Kizito Mutoro, who is also a sharp shooter, was moved to Meru and named the OCPD in the changes that has seen almost all DCIOs in Nairobi also shuffled.
Nairobi Area deputy Provincial Criminal Investigations Officer (PCIO) Pius Macharia has been moved to CID headquarters and replaced by Julius Rutere in a police reshuffle that has seen 125 officers moved.
David Cheruiyot has been moved to Nyanza and named the PCIO.
The changes were a culmination of a series of meetings at police headquarters that were aimed at seeing retiring senior officers sent home.
Sources said the changes will come in the course of the week.
The retiring officers were supposed to pave way for promotion of other officers to replace them ahead of the creation of the new Counties and 2012 elections.
From traffic to railways
Langata OCPD Augustine Kimantiria was promoted and moved to Nairobi Area while Charles Musewe was moved from traffic headquarters to Railways as the OCPD.
Former President Kibaki body guard Senior Superintendent of Police John Kizito Mutoro
Head of driving test unit Ms Rose Muchuma was moved to Dog unit and replaced by Charles Kortok while Mr Stephen Chiteka was named the OCPD Siaya.
The new Langata OCPD is David Bunei who was in Embakasi and will be replaced by Christopher Odhiambo from Central province.
Iteere moved Eldoret OCPD John Katumo to Central Province and replaced him with Paul M