Netizens have been left in surprise after pictures of a Kenyan police officer in the Traffic department receiving a bribe from a matatu conductor in broad daylight surfaced online.
According to photos and details shared on the Standard Digital's Facebook page on Saturday, the lady officer manning traffic along the Migori-Isebania was spotted by a Standard Media group photographer stopping the public service matatu before picking the bride from the conductor. A move which has left Netizens in surprise.
Below are comments from Netizens on the post.
"Standard Digital you're wasting your time. Nothing will happen to that officer because she's under instructions. She has a target to meet. That's why i advocate for corruption to be budgeted for in this country. " a comment read.
"The traffic department is the most corrupt entity in the entire police force." A comment read.
"Handshake between Police officers and touts is very common." A comment read.
"Hio ni wizi, Ashikwe pia vile wanashika wezi." A comment read.
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