Police officers are tasked with the responsibility of protecting Kenyans from any harm that they may encounter. Their work is well constituted and are always expected to work best within the laid down rules and regulations. This has not been the case of late as most officers have been found to be involved in major criminal cases across the country. The level at which police officers are taking the law into their hands to kill citizens has also been a point of concern.
Kenya police at a past event
In yet another bizzare incident, residents of Njoro sub county in Nakuru woke up to a shock of their lives. A police man based in Njoro went straight to the hospital where a female patient had been admitted and fatally shot her. As others were trying to escape, the officer turned the gun to himself and shot straight in the head.
It is not clear what could have triggered the uniformed man to perform such an action but sources say it might have been love related. Those who know the officer said that he was depressed and had been troubled at his work station. The bodies of the two have been taken to Nakuru morgue as investigations to the matter continues.
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