Purity Mwambia, Citizen Journalist [ Image | Courtesy ]
Many Kenyans have been angered by what the Kenyan Police has done to the Royal Media Services Company. This is after Purity Mwambia a citizen journalist did an expose on how the police system in Kenya is corrupt by selling and renting out their weapons and guns for thugs to use when robbing unaware Kenyans. This act is sparked mixed reactions among the netizens as people believe that withdrawing police from Royal media services is an act of aggression against the media freedom laws. This allows Journalists to do investigative reports on different stories happening around the country. The police haven’t handled the criticism well and it is clearly seen by how they have reacted by withdrawing the security detail that protects the premises of Royal media services. The media is the fourth estate is a very integral part of any democratic country the story done by Purity Mwambia, a journalist working for Royal media services provided an opportunity to make reforms in the police sector instead Royal media services were punished by their security detail being removed from the premises.
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