Police Officers Earn Chandaria Bravery Award

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Twenty Police officers have been recognized for their bravery and exemplary execution of duties in various extraordinary circumstances in their areas of work.

The officers were drawn from the Kenya Police Service, Administration Police Service and Directorate of Criminal Investigations.

The Inspector-General NPS, Mr. Hilary Mutyambai MGH, NSC (AU), graced the event accompanied by Mr. Noor Gabow, EBS, OGW, Deputy Inspector General- APS.

The Deputy Inspector General – KPS, Mr. Edward Mbugua, CBS, OGW, NDC (K), was represented by Ms. Miriam Muli, S/AIG and Principal Assistant to the DIG, and other senior officers.

Dr. Manu Chandaria, OBE, CBS, EBS, was represented by Mr. Artur from the Manu Chandaria Foundation.

Mr. Mutyambai lauded the Manu Chandaria Foundation for their recognition of outstanding Police officers through Chandaria Bravery Awards and their continued support, having held this event for over 30 years.

He added that National Police Service is proud to work with the foundation to improve service delivery.

The Inspector-General also commended the officers for their dedication and courage. In his message, the DIG - APS appreciated Dr. Manu Chandaria for the recognition, noting that the awards inspire and motivate the officers to put more effort into executing their duties.

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