Police officers in the country have been mandated to ensure that law and order are reinforced, as well as protect Kenyans from any attacks, but rogue officers have always gone against their code of conduct.
A rogue police officer stationed in Kabete has this morning left Kenyans shocked as he has killed seven innocent civilians before turning the gun to himself.
According to reliable reports, the incident that has happened early this morning is of a certain officer who reportedly Indiscriminately opened fire shooting and killing seven civilians thereafter turned the gun and killed himself.
The reports claim that the officer who has been troubled for quite some time opened fire when he reporting on duty. Several other people were injured, but they are recuperating in various hospitals.
"A police officer in Kabete reportedly Indiscriminately shoots killing seven civilians before turning the gun to himself. A number nursing injuries." The reports stated.
What might be the cause of such terrifying incident?
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