In what has left many in surprise, residents of Kianjokoma gathered inside the church yesterday to welcome the new police officers posted to the new station.
The church service made the community to reunite with the police officers after few months of hatred following the death of the two Kianjokoma Embu brothers.
"We are interested in ensuring that our new police officers have a conducive environment to enable them serve our people well," Rev Njagi said.
Rev Njagi urged the locals of Kianjokoma to obey the officer. "Everyone must adhere to the law and abide by it. It is the only way you will not find yourself colliding with the officers."
He challenged the locals to refrain from criminal activities and taking illicit liquors, advising that it would reduce hatred and bring a good working environment with the new officers.
The honest ones, who were very happy with the officers, stated that the new police line would see their businesses grow.
"The police are human beings and we should live with them as brothers and sisters. If we gave them hardwork, they will be pissed. Put them in prayers as they look forward to resuming their roles and that God guides them for us," Njagi said.
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