The Dagoretti North member of Parliament Beatrice Elachi has urged president William Ruto to go slow on police officers. According to Elachi, police have been harassed and they fear acting on crime hence increased crimes in the country and specifically in NairobBeatrice Elachi is clear that since president William Ruto assumed office as president, several police officers have been charged over murder and and extrajudicial killings. This informs why most other police officers fear to act on crime.
According to Beatrice Elachi, police officers at times shoot to kill all to protect the country but Kenya Kwanza had pushed police officers to the limits. This is one of the major reasons police officers are fearful of losing their jobs if they act on crime.
President Ruto has vowed to ensure that all police officers act on crime fast and quickly but in a professional manner. Since his election as president, Ruto disbanded the SSU squad and pushed for the Prosecution of the officers.
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