DCI women’s volleyball team coach has died after collapsing in Magadi. Constable Bor collapsed and died during training at the Magadi General Service Unit’s National Police College – Magadi Field Campus. Bor collapsed during a route march exercise while attending a training session with several other officers on March 30th..

He was rushed to the camp dispensary and then referred to Magadi Tata Hospital for further treatment. However, he passed away at around 7 pm while undergoing treatment. The route march involves climbing hills and jogging, which can be intense given the hot  location .

Daniel Bor| Photo courtesy

Daniel Bor| Photo courtesy


A doctor’s report stated that he had suffered from heatstroke, which is a condition that occurs due to prolonged exposure to or physical exertion in high temperatures causing the body to overheat. The body was moved to the Kenyatta University morgue pending autopsy. Police are investigating an incident that shook their colleagues at the training camp..

Bor was a well-respected coach of the DCI volleyball team. After his passing, his colleagues mourned him as a hardworking and dedicated officer. He was one of the 513 junior officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) who had enrolled in a rigorous training program to toughen them up before deployment.

The Director of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), Mohamed Amin, along with the Commandant General Service Unit, Eliud Lagat, and other senior officers from the DCI and GSU, presided over the opening ceremony of the promotional courses for Police Constables to Corporals and Corporals to Sergeants at the National Police College – Magadi Field Campus. The courses are designed to help DCI officers advance in their careers.

This is the first time in DCI history that officers are being trained for promotions by the Directorate.The officers will receive four months of rigorous training under DCI trainers to prepare for new responsibilities.


By Janet  namalwa