The National Police Service Commission has urged officers to discharge their responsibilities without fear or favor in response to an increase in incidents where police officers have been prosecuted for a variety of offences.
A Atop police officer has been charged with a crime he committed three years ago, according to the solid reports we have from the Nairobi courts this afternoon.
In a Nairobi police station, the officer, who at the time was an OCS, is accused of raping a woman who was in their care.
Samir Yunus, the Chief Inspector who served as the former Kamukunji OCS, has made an appearance this morning before a judge.
In Nairobi, where the event took place a few years ago, Chief Inspector Samir Yunus was accused of raping a policewoman.
At the Dandora Police Station three years ago, the senior officer is suspected of raping the female police officer.
To answer for the accusations made against him, he was arraigned before a Nairobi court.
Photo Courtesy: The officer in court facing the charges.
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