The Kakamega Senator hon. Cleophas Malala has found himself in trouble after his security details attached to him were withdrawn, following the remarks he made a few days ago, allegedly attacking the Police officers.
During the Kenya Kwanza Campaign in the Western region, Malala allegedly made a statement that was deemed as a demeanor to the Police officers, remarks that have attracted widespread criticism. Malala allegedly said that people should leave those with lower grades to join the security sector as holding and firing a gun doesn't require certificates.
Now the National Police Service Commission has confirmed that they have withdrawn Malala's security detail after his regrettable remarks. The National Police Service Commission cited that Malala will now be moving around Kakamega without security officers.
However, Malala was told that this move might be reconsidered should he apologize fully to the entire Police fraternity through the National Police Service Commission. The Police boss Hillary Mutyambai has also been notified about the step by National Police Service Commission.
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