One of the police officers is under investigation after he was captured on a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) stealing money from an invigilator in Kimulot Secondary schools in Konoin Sub-County, Bomet County. This is after he was deployed to be Manning the KCSE examination process that is on in the country.
According to the video extracted from the CCTv control of the school the officer was dressed in full uniform and carrying the Ak 47 gun entered the room where the examination invigilators had kept their personal items including handbags. He first sat on a sofa before heading to one of the handbags believed to belong to a female officer where he searched inside and kept the alleged money in one of his side pockets before returning the bag and walking out of the room.
The matter will now be set for further investigation to ascertain whether the incident really took place as alleged as confirmed by one of the senior police officer in Bomet.
“We have dispatched officers from the county headquarters to the ground to verify the information that is now in the public domain. We are trying to verify whether or not the incident occurred in the school so that appropriate action can be taken,” a senior police officer at the Bomet County headquarters told the Nation.
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