National Police Service Commission (NPSC) has confirmed that it has withdrawn the security detail attached to Kakamega Sen. Cleophas Malala.
"We know you Senator Malala. You must come and apologise properly to the Police. We have agreed with the Inspector General of Police Hilary Mutyambai that you will continue moving around in Kakamega without security."
" If you want, you can take all those youth you claim have dropped out of school in Kakamega and make them your security. My police officers will not protect a politician who does not respect them. " ~NPSC Chairperson Eliud Kinuthia
This comes after senator Malala's remarks lately degrading the service of the police men and women caught the attention of the citizens and National police service.
In one of the rallies he held in Western Kenya, Malala described the men in uniform as unqualified and with no paper work.
"Kazi ya askari si nikushika bunduki tu pekee yake? Hio inahitaji masomo yoyote kweli? Kama mtu amemaliza Form Four na alipata C plus, tumpeleke university asome; kazi ya askari ni hawa jamaa ambao wako hapa wenye waliacha shule na hawakufanikiwa kumaliza shule,” Malala said.
Cleophas Malala is now on his own after the police service was withdrawn from him.
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