Barely a month after a case of a cop facing harassment at her work station went viral through a video that was recorded by the cop in question, another police has come up with the same allegations. Doris Wako, a police officer based in Busia is a widow who came into the limelight for sheltering and feeding street children. In video that has since gone viral and caused a stir online, Wako is heard lamenting over being frustrated by her seniors who she did not mention by name.
The celebrated female Administration Police officer has been spending her time off duty attending to more than 50 street children whom she adopted. In her video recording, Wako was heard lamenting," What wrong have I done to the police? Let me stay here with these street kids, so long as there is food, God will see us through. But police bosses have ruined the lives of these kids."
Wako, in her recording said that what her seniors did to her ruined the lives of the street kids. Although it is yet to be established exactly what her seniors did to her, Kenyans have reacted angrily saying such good cops should be assisted and supported. For now, all eyes are on the police Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai to react and arrange investigations into the matter.
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