"Safiri Salama," Police Mourn After an Officer Dies After a Short Illness In Mai Mahiu
By Dimplez | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 0 views
It's yet another sad evening after an officer from Mai Mahiu was reported dead, according to sources the officer now identified as PC David kipserem Cheruiyot is dead.
Police reports indicate that the officer passed on after a short illness, many across the internet amongst them his colleagues have taken to the social media expressing their deepest condolences to the family and friends of the late officer.
Death of a police officer.
Maai Mahiu Police station is mourning the death of PC DAVID KIPSEREM CHERUIYOT.
Rest in peace officer.
Of late death of police officers have been on the rise, in the past 24 the country has lost two senior police officers.
These worrying deaths come at time when the deadly corona virus continues to kill many in the country.
Police officers are always at the forefront trying to enforce the set covid guidelines and regulations to stop the spread of the virus.
Police officers have expressed their deepest condolences to the family in large numbers.
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