According to reports, The National police service commission has confirmed that Cleophas Malala will no longer be guarded by police officers during his campaigns as it was.
National police service commission boss Mr. Eliud said in a statement that the commission will not entertain any person who ridicules employers who are in the line of duty.
This comes barely days after a Kakamega senator was captured on a video trashing police officers while some cops were guarding him in a rally. He said that police officers are failures and school dropouts.
The national police service didn't take the statement slightly, Mr. Eliud has said that let him go and pick those youth he was advocating for to go and guard him. He has also told him to go and apologize to police officers before withdrawing his statement.
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