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Here is President Uhuru's Advice to Police at GSU Pass Out After Officer Killed Six Yesterday

Yesterday, Kenyans witnessed one of the most brutal acts by a police officer after Police Constable Benson Imbatu went rogue and killed his lover as well as five other civilians.

Picture courtesy. Image from the GSU passing out parade.

Police Constable Imbatu is said to have been experiencing depression as he went rogue and slaughtered many people before finally shooting himself in a most dramatic of fashions.

This afternoon, while officiating the passing out parade of the General Service Unit recruits, President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated the need for psychiatric help.

The President, while addressing the more than 2000 new General Service Unit recruits advised them to talk to someone in case they ever feel like they are depressed.

The President urged the young men and women of the police force to not resort to extreme measures while looking for a way out of the many troubles that might encompass their lives.

This comes barely a day after protests rocked Kangemi and Kabete areas of Nairobi county following the deaths of the six people that were shot by the rogue officer.


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