Today the NPSC chairman Eliud Kinuthia has announced that The National Police Service will not provide security to senator Malala after his remarks that police officers are not educated. "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," Kinuthia said.
The police has through their chairman has decided to make a bold move against Malala so that he may be as an example to those who underate the police officers. Kinuthia also added that Malala bodyguard would not be reinstated unless he appropriately apologize to the National Police Service.
He further asked Malala to employ school dropout in Kakamega to provide security for him and that his police will not provide security to someone who doesn't respect them.
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