Female Police Officer left many people talking after she decided to quit her duties and began a business of selling fish.
Madam Dora Wako, a female Police Officer attached to Busia Police station is said to have resigned from the national duties after facing several intimidations from her senior bosses.
According to the source, Madam Dora is a widower and a mother of several children. Her decision to resign from the National police service came months after she was recognized by the president of Kenya for championing for the rights of street children.
Her name went viral through the media and she was also recognized and accepted by civilians. She said that from then she began receiving forceful transfers to different places.
Whenever she complained and questioned about her irregular transfers she was told to follow orders. She felt her life was becoming more miserable and decided to resign inorder to take care of her children and also those in streets.
She is appealing forthe inspector general Hilary Mutiambai to consider her resignation letter and accept it so that she can freely move on with her new life.
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