Female Traffic Police Officer Captured On Camera Taking Bribe Along Migori-Isebania Road.(Photos)
(Photos courtesy of The Standard)
A traffic police officer has been captured on camera by the standard digital journalist photographer while she was talking bribe from a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) matatu.
The female traffic police officer was captured on camera along the Migori- Isebania road as she stopped the PSV matatu and took bribe in a very funny and secretive way.
This sparked lots of reaction's online with Several Kenyan's online giving out their different reactions to this and others put the National Police Service on notice asking them to take action against the female police officer and other such police officers on Kenyan roads.
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