During one of their campaign rally in Western Kenya, the vocal Kakamega gubernatorial aspirant Cleophas Malala surprised many by alleging that police service is only a preserve of those who fail in exams.
Very many Kenyans including top political leaders have been calling on him to make public apology and withdraw such statements.
Through his social media platforms, the vocal senator has finally rendered his apology to all the men and women in uniform for the demeaning renarks he made on them.
According to Malala, his renarks were driven out of context adding that his initial intention was not to demean the police officers adding that their importance in keeping Kenya safe cannot be underated.
"My attention has been drawn to a video circulating on social media about my utterances on the police. It is in light of this thatbinwosh to withdraw my remarks and apologize to our disciplined forces for the discomfort my remarks may have caused," he wrote.
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