Two GSU officers have really found themselves in trouble after the were taken to court with charges of stealing of gold and attacking residents at a factory in Kisii county. The two officers however denied the accusations.
The judge said that there were investigations going on to confirm if the charges are true or not. He therefore added that more time was needed to come up with the final decision.
There however seems to be evidence indicating that the two off icers we're guilty because there was a CCTV footage that showed the officers beating up workers at the factory and stealing from them.
This was really sad news reported by citizen Tv. People who are in charge of ensuring law and order were the one breaking the law. Officers our there should learn from this experience and do what is right.
If there will be evidence linked to the actions after investigations are done, it is best that an action should be taken on the officers so that they can be an example to other officers of the same behavior.
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News source: Citizen TV.
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