A leaked photo of a building alleged to be a police post of Munyaka, located at Cherangani constituency, also known as Cherang’any in Trans-Nzoia County has become a topic of concern on social media due to its structural design.
According to the photo that has since gone viral, the building is too tiny to serve as a police post. it also looks so unstable and slightly leaning on one side despite seeming to be recently completed.
"This looks more of a pig’s house or a dog’s kennel to that of a police post," One netizen posed.
Netizens have blasted government officials from the constituency led by the member of Parliament for constructing such a structure to serve as a police post.
“Watu wakishikwa wafungwe kwa miti? / Will arrested criminals be detained on trees?” One netizen queried.
A section of netizens believe money from the CDF fund that was allocated to construct the building was allegedly swindled by stakeholders involved, and hence have called on the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to do investigations into the matter and arrests made.
the constituency is under Joshua Kipserem Kutuny.
Below are screenshots of some of the comments from social media.
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