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Malala Finally apologizes to Police officers after his demeaning Remarks

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has finally apologized to National Police Service following his controversial remarks on the profession.

Malala was speaking in Kakamega county in accompany of ANC boss Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula.

According to Malala, he was taken pur out context and that the police service cannot be underscored.

" Their importance to us cannot be underscored. It is in light of this that I wish to withdraw my remarks and apologise to our disciplined forces for the discomfort my remarks may have caused." Malala has said.

Police Spokesperson Bruno Shioso regretted Malala's remarks as demeaning to the police service.

That, more disappointed we are as police, given that these unfortunate remarks were made by a leader we not only hold in high esteem but one we also continue to provide round-the-clock protection with pride and competency.

Policing of communities is dependent on knowledge, and guns are only complementary tools to achieve efficiency of service, not otherwise, Shioso earlier said.

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