Several traffic police officers work tirelessly throughout the country to ensure the safety of all Kenyans. Furthermore, the majority of traffic officers have been accused of accepting bribes from drivers. As a result, the country has seen an increase in the number of accidents. On the other hand, the vast majority of traffic cops are trustworthy and courteous.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about what Osman Juma did to a police officer, who has been identified as PC Marwa. As per the latest updates shared by a well-known source this hour, it has been revealed that the suspect, who is currently in police custody, intentionally dragged the police officer for almost 200 kilometers before pushing him. The deceased was pushed by the suspect before being run over by the right rear wheel. He suffered multiple injuries after the incident, and he was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Police officers traced the suspect, and they were able to arrest him.
Let us come together and pray for the family of the said police officer during this difficult time. It is very painful to lose a healthy person through such incidents. All drivers should respect police officers in the country. Let us hope that the suspect will rot in jail.
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