Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti has called for more collaboration among African Countries in the fight against transnational organized crimes.
Speaking after he wrapped up his 3-day security related visit to the Republic of Rwanda, Kinoti said Kenya and Rwanda will seek to improve the existing information sharing channels to enhance security in the two countries.
Kinoti, who is also the Interpol executive committee delegate for Africa was in Rwanda for a series of security related engagements, where he met the Rwanda Inspector General of police, commissioner general Dan Munyuza and the secretary general of the Rwanda investigations bureau Jeannot Ruhunga.
Kinoti took time to visit the Kigali genocide memorial and our lady of Kibeho shrine in south western Rwanda and laid a wreath of flowers at the genocide memorial site, in memory of over 1 million victims of the genocide.
It was one of the world’s worst modern-day tragedies, after ordinary citizens were incited to take up arms against their innocent brothers including women and children between April 7 and July 15 1994.
The Kigali genocide memorial at Gisozi that was inaugurated in 2004, is an important place of remembrance and learning, as well as an everlasting tribute to those who marking a 100-day commemoration period commonly known as Kwibuka or remembrance, this being the 28th year since the genocide occurred in 1994.