Kenyans reacted to several photos of police graduates posing with their relatives who hold senior positions in the government of Kenya.
According to the source, police cadets graduated yesterday on a colorful parade pass out that was initiated by President Uhuru Kenyatta at the police training college in Kiganjo.
The men and women in uniform are expected to be deployed in several different police stations where they will be holding senior positions. Some will remain at the camp to train an incoming lot of recruits.
Many Kenyans find it difficult to join the service due to the high level of corruption cases across the country. A handful of people join it without paying money while others missed opportunities due to lack of funds.
However, the National police service remains to be a free and fair society and encourages youths who have ambitions of becoming officers to join them.
In the above photos, it is alleged that Kirinyaga women representative Ngirici is having a close relative among the graduates who posed a photo after the event, former national assembly speaker Ole Kaparo was also spotted with his son after the pass out.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on a rare occasion was also seen talking to one of the graduates who is alleged to be his relative. Kenyans reacted with many saying that the country is full of corruption.
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