A section of Kenyans have blasted Standard Media after one of their photographers took a photo of a Traffic Police Officer allegedly taking bribe from a PSV Matatu conductor. The photo which has elicited mixed reactions was taken along the busy Migori-Isebania route.
@StandardKenya This traffic officer along the Migori-Isebania road was spotted by a Standard photographer stopping this PSV matatu. A handshake later, the PSV was allowed to pass. https://t.co/JTMxMVVpi9
According to Standard News, the PSV matatu was allowed to pass after the police woman had a "handshake" with the PSV conductor which translates to receiving bribe. Cases of police officers receiving bribes from citizens has been on the rise with Inspector General of Police, Hillary Mutyambai urged to take action.
A section of Kenyans felt that the photo should not have been taken since issuance of bribes is common in the country. Some of their reactions are as follows;
@Erickomugev Is it criminal to shake hands...we know journalist receive bribes daily to do stories ..... give the police a break
@victorcresswell2 But ikifika kwa pandora thats where you draw the line
@Mufutu5 Handshake is something good. Hata Raila na the client wako in good terms
@Roba902038 Kwani ungetaka akule nini kama wakubwa wanakula. Handshake continues
@Kagame_Paul 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣This not something new..it's common..infact inafaa ipelekwe bunge ipitishwe ikue law
@Erickkiarie6 Let them eat buana! Everyone is eating including pandora client no.....
@lidya_cheorivj Even you @StandardKenya got handshake to keep quiet about client 13173
@StefanoKip This kind of handshake should be made legal.....
@Kevmgenge That's a normal day in Kenya nothing new...mtafute news za maana
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