A faceless Kenyan police officer who warns criminals on Facebook before he photographs them dead has yet again posted photos of a man wearing police uniform.On the post,via the famous facebook Nairobi Crime Free he described the man as CPL Githinji who is said to be patroling illegally as a police in Mwiki.
This post has elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans.Here is what some of them said;
The new blue police uniforms were launched on September 13, 2018 in a raft of changes that are aimed at transforming the service.
The government launched the revamped police uniforms — deep blue for work, navy blue ceremonial outfit and a deep blue working dress jacket were unveiled some time back— as part of the change of policy in the National Police Service.
The National Police Service Act under section 101 (1) states that, “A person other than a police officer who, without the written authority of the Inspector-General puts on or assumes, either in whole or in part, the uniform, name, designation or description of a police officer, or a uniform resembling or intended to resemble the uniform of a police officer is guilty.”
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