Kenyans have been responding differently ever since CS Matiang'i announced on Friday that he is planning to ban romantic relationships and marriages between members of the Police Service.
Dr Matiang'i's directive stemmed from increased incidents of fatal domestic violences among police spouses. However,Kenyans on social media,led by bloggers, saw an opportunity to make fun, with photos of various female police officers doing rounds on social media since Friday, April 30.
On Sunday, May 2, a blogger who goes by Facebook name 'Lemiso Sato Emmanuel' posted a photo of two police officers (male & female) holding hands, sparking hilarious reactions from Kenyans online. From the photo which was captioned "According to CS Matiang'i one of them will leave the force",the two law enforcers appeared to be lovebirds judging from their eye contact and posture.
Here is how some Kenyans reacted to the photo of the two alleged lovers:
Do you think there's need to control intimate relationships between police officers? Have your say in the comments section.
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