The police officers based in Mombasa where the slain Police officer was working have raised an amount of money to offset his burial expenses. The police officers created a WhatsApp group intending to raise some amount of money to show their love for their counterparts.
The police officers raised over two hundred thousand Kenyan shillings within two days. This huge amount is set to be used to offset his burial expenses which are typically expected.
Julius Marwa was killed by a motorist after he dared him at a police checkpoint.
His counterparts decided to use money as a way to show that they had a good relationship with him and they had to stand with him even if she is no longer seeing them.
Most of them said Marwa was a hardworking, disciplined, and self-driven police officer who showed a high level of diligence while serving his duties.
They said they have ignored all that was shared on social media about Marwa's dark days. They said all are just intending to soil his name and his reputation and not depict the real thing.
Marwa's burial is set to happen soon d the dates will be communicated. His killer is also under police control as he is expected to be judged for murder.
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