Kenyans were outraged by CCTV footage purporting to show a police officer searching through the handbags of teachers supervising national exams. Popular political pundit Kiprono Onorpik released the CCTV footage on his official Twitter account.
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations are currently being administered across the nation by teachers who were selected by KNEC officials. Typically, police officers are hired to provide protection while applicants take exams.
The police officer can be seen in the video entering a room where purses believed to belong to teachers in charge of exam security are kept. He may be seen looking through the handbags while oblivious to the CCTV, which appears to be hidden.
"A police officer was seen on surveillance footage searching the handbags of exam-invigilating teachers. thieves in formal attire!" Tweet by Kiprono Onorpik.
Kenyans were shocked by the incident, with many wondering how a police officer who was supposed to provide security ended up robbing unarmed citizens. DCI officers are anticipated to step in on the case that has so many people in awe.
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