Renson Ingonga Appointed As New DPP

Renson Mulele Ingonga has been appointed by President William Ruto to serve as the DPP.

Ruto highlighted that Ingonga will hold the job for eight years in a gazette notice on Wednesday.

A week after receiving approval by lawmakers following a thorough screening process, Ingonga was appointed.

Based on his overall familiarity with public litigations and his background working at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions for a number of years, the committee recommended his appointment in the vetting report.

Noordin Haji, who is now the Director-General of the National Intelligence Service (NIS), will be replaced by Mulele.

He held the position of Assistant DPP before being nominated.

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