While campaigning in Bungoma County on Wednesday alongside ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and FORD Kenya's Moses Wetengula, the Kakamega county gubernatorial aspirant cum current Kakamega senator Clephaos Malala strongly hited out at Police officers.
Malala said that Police officers work is to only carry guns and he went Ahead to say that they are school dropouts.
He stated that "Kazi ya askari ni kushika bunduki peke yake, hiyo inahitaji masomo kweli?" He went ahead to say that "Kazi ya askari ni ya wale majamaa wako hapa, wale ambao waliacha shule, wale hawakufanikiwa kumaliza shule" and he said this while pointing out people.
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