Kenyans were left in chills after Citizen TV exposed the rotten side of police officer.
Purity Mwambia, was mentioned to be one of the most daring journalists in Kenya after revealing how police officers encourage robbery in the country. Basing on the aired documentary, dangerous thugs hire guns, handcuffs and police uniforms at a very small fee.
Purity also revealed that the deal requires trust between police officers and proclaimed robbers. This documentary sparked a heated debate online eliciting mixed reactions. Few people suggested for the journalist to be given tight security by the government. They also prayed to God to protect her after exposing police officers.
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