In the viral video, Malala is head belittling the qualifications of police officers, saying the the job should be left for school dropouts.
He said that owing to the nature of their job, police officers should not be highly qualified individuals.
Malala who is vying to become the Governor of Kakamega County has added that those who have passed their exams should be given the opportunity to further their education at the universitiez and Colleges, while those that have failed should be recruited into police force.
"Provided they got arms and legs, let them join the police service. A police service job only entails handling firearms, which does not need training. Let those who have passed their examinations go to universities as those who failed and dropped out join police service," Malala stated.
He added that the KCSE Certificate should not be a requirement for those seeking the police job.
He was in the company of the ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula of Ford-Kenya among others.
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