Mugambi moves to Mbeere in the same capacity to replace Mr Tom Odera who has been moved to Imenti North also as the Officer Commanding Police Division.
Mboloi has been moved to Central to replace Mr Mugambi. The changes also saw former Gigiri OCPD Josek Nasio moved to Nairobi Province as the SSP in charge.
Iteere said the changes are normal aimed at boosting police operations in the country. Central division is one of the most sensitive areas in the country as it is the busiest in the region.
The changes came days after Iteere moved all top traffic commanders in Nairobi and the Highway Patrol unit.
Central traffic boss Jenifer Mutuku was moved to Ruiru in the same capacity and will be replaced by Moses Njue.
The new commanders include Moses Bikokwa (Kayole), Richard Muinde (Pangani), Tabitha Kalunde (Urban Mombasa), John Sang (Gigiri), Stanley Muinde (Ngong), Peter Makau (Kabete), Isaac Sang (Buruburu), James Kiragu (Embakasi), James Kiptony (Kilimani), Francis Muthamia (Langata), Bernard Indeke (Industrial Area) and Bethwel Kikoskei (Malaba).
Also moved is Central CID commander Peter Mabeya who moves to Kajiado in the same position. Mabeya swaps position with Nehemia Bitok.
In the changes, Iteere named Joshua Cheptoo as the CID boss for Mwingi, Julius Maina for Ngong and Jackson Makau for Molo.
Michael Sang has been moved to the Capital Markets Authority to head the unit while Molo CID officer Joseph Kioko has been transferred to Western provincial CID headquarters.
James Ikwenye was named the traffic boss for Kisii, Abraham Ndegwa (Keroka), Justus Motonu (Kilifi), Chritopher Muse (Makupa), Hamphrey Abai (Eldoret), Francis Gituma (Likoni), Charles Mwangangi (Molo) and Rashid Juma (Kasarani).
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