In our country, there are many police officers who are supposed to protect citizens. Furthermore, the traffic officers are not allowed to receive any coin from Matatu. These cases of corruption have been witnessed in the country. Furthermore, many people have died in our roads because of corruption by some individuals.
According to the source, a tragic police officer have been caught red-handed receiving money from a PSV. According to Standard, the female cop was spotted along Migori-Isebania road by Standard photographer.
I quote some statement from the source, "This traffic officer along the Migori-Isebania road was spotted by a standard photographer stopping PSV Matatu. A handshake later, the PSV was allowed to pass" Statement from twitter read.
This comes in after such cases of corruption have been reported in our country. Remember receiving and giving bribe is against the law of our country.
This police officer should be arrested and give more information about this incident.
Look some photos from the source.
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