A police officer has left many in shock across the internet after he requested Kenyans to help him before he ends his life.
According to the clip, the officers now identified as Kiprotich Rop has been trying to commit suicide for several months.
In the scary video, Kiprotich says he was suffering from serious depression and needed help from Kenyans.
The officer also said his situation was worse after his seniors gave a deaf ear to all his grievances.
"Please help me, my friends, I have tried to kill myself several times, and I am. Suffering from depression, he said in pain.
Lately, a huge number of cops have taken their lives under some unclear circumstances.
A majority of these incidents were related to severe incidents of depression.
The relevant ministry had previously said that all Cops in the service were to go a mandatory counseling and mental check-up to avert the increased number of deaths within the service.
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