A police recruit has been deserted from Kiganjo Police training camp for slashing his colleague with a slasher.
The recruit who was undergoing police training will be placed in court and cbarged with assault.
"The recruit whose training is yet to be through in less than two months lost his place and is waiting to be placed in court and charged with indiscipline," DCI Mohamed Amin said in a report on Thursday.
The top sleuth stated that trouble ensued when the trainee officer, Paul Imbenzi, refused to collect litter as ordered by his squad leader last week Friday morning fatigue.
Amin said the accused grabbed the slasher after a brief scuffle and slashed his colleague leaving him with grievous bodily harm.
"The suspect was nabbed and held at Kiganjo Police Station where he is waiting to be arraigned in court," he said.
The attack became the talk of officers within the camp as the National Police College's main Campus is a facility where civilians are transformed and into disciplined cops.
The attacked police recruit was admitted at the college hospital and discharged in good condition.
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