Kenyans have taken to social media to react comically to a warning by the National police Service Kenya about posts going around on social media alleged to from its spokesman Mr Charles Owino. The NPS has put the record straight that Owino is on leave and has not made any communication about the topic that is trending.
"It has come to our attention that posts are circulating on social media allegedly made by Mr Charles Owino, The National Police Service Spokesperson. Mr Owino is currently on annual leave and has not made any comments about the #silahamtaani expose which aired recently." NPS Kenya
Kenyans have since made funny jokes on the same following the silaha mtaani expose that was aired by citizen Tv. Here are some of the reactions
"I want to hire a police station for 3 days, I will come with my security men, I only need the station vacant, remember to state the mode of payment." Manu Tonui
"His Social media account are also on annual leave?" Tash Dante
"Hamjitetei kwani?" Nora
What is your take on this whole issue?
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