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"Nmechoka It's Action Time" Nakuru Based Police Officer Says Threatening To Do The Following

A Police Officer has taken to his Facebook account to express his anger and dissatisfactions threatening to do something that he said was going to catch the attention of kenyans.

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According to the reports given by the officer who has been identified as Arap Chepkuchur, he said that he has tried to hide his pain and everything that he has been going through but it seems like it was time for him to reveal his true colors.

The officer who didn't disclose the source of his anger and disappointment said that he was done pretending adding that it was time for him to show or rather prove what he can do by not just talking but doing this in action.

While reacting to this incident, a number of Kenyans have called upon the director of criminal investigations to deploy a number of detectives along with police officers from his working position to track and have him canceled before things get out of hand.

In the past few months, a number of police officers have committed hinous crimes that he's led to a number of lose of lives after some of these police officers went ahead and killed themselves and in worse case scenarios, killed others before killing themselves.

While reacting to this incidents, the inspector General of police, Hillary Mutyambai has revealed that the government along with the Kenya police service has finally put cases of mental health as their first priority in order to reduce this cases.

According to the reports given by Hillary Mutyambai, he said that the government has put in place, a method where they are going to start providing mental health care to police officers who show signs of depression. In his own words, he said that this was going to reduce cases of rogue Police Officers.

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