On Tuesday 18, Sikika Road Safety left Kenyans in mixed emotions after they shared a video of a Traffic Police Officer that was secretly captured by a motorist at the junction of Southern Bypass and Waiyaki way in Nairobi County.
According to Sikika, the man in uniform was secretly captured on camera ostensibly receiving bribe from vehicles in broad daylight at the junction of the Southern Bypass and Waiyaki way; from the video, a Matatu driver is seen handing something to the Officer before driving away.
The video, which comes at time motorists across the Nation have been complaining for a long period of time over corrupt Traffic Police officers whom have been harassing them on our roads, sparked mixed reactions having majority of Kenyans condemning the act while others shared different opinions over the matter. Below are few of the comments;
@Jb Kapilo~ "When will corruption ever end in this Country?🤔 I just don't know who cursed our security officers because they are the most corrupt people in Kenya soo far followed by Politicians".
@Francis Mwai~ "What a shame" .
What is your opinion over this matter? Whom do you think should be held responsible for such acts?
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