Garissa plane was on time, says police airwing boss Rogers Mbithi

Kenya Police Airwing boss Col (rtd) Rogers Mbithi during a vetting interview in Nairobi on January 10, 2014. Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), Administration Police and Kenya Police Service Thursday questioned the National Police Service Airwing Director John Ochieng and his deputy, Mr Rogers Mbithi. FILE PHOTO | EVANS HABIL |

What you need to know:

  • Airwing boss insists he was not to blame for the delay by the Recce squad.
  • But commander admits relative took a ride.

The Kenya Police Airwing boss Rogers Mbithi on Monday said his unit was not to blame for the delay in deploying an elite police team after terrorists raided Garissa University College.


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