The most trending news in Kenya currently is the political happenings. This is made better by the fact that the presidential hopefuls named their running mates. However there are many more happenings in the country that would have otherwise attracted more attention.
Unfortunately there is a developing story about the police. A somber mood engulfed the General Service United training school in Embakasi. This is after one GSU officer lost his life. According to reports the officer lost life after drowning in the swimming pool. They were going on with swimming training classes. The man believed to be 37 years was rushed to hospital after he was rescued but he was unfortunately confirmed dead on arrival.
This incident occurs just a day after one female officer took her own life. Unconfirmed reports indicated that it was a result of depression brought about by a troubled love life. The incident today was however not related to the one that happened yesterday. As this happen we hope that the family finds comfort during such hard times.
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