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Commonwealth games 100 metres champion Ferdinand Omanyala has graduated from Kiganjo main campus as a police constable. The fastest man in Africa joined police training in 2021 after his breakthrough into the field track.However,he joined the service with one condition, to represent them in national police track events.Omanyala is now a fully trained police officer and will be entitled to a salary like any other new graduate in the field.
Today,I have decided to consider the salary of the newly graduated police constables with Ferdinand Omanyala included. According to the published tuko.co.ke report, new graduates starting salary is 32,880 Kenyan shillings. The amount is exclusive of allowances such as house allowance, travelling allowance and medical expenses. Omanyala is one of the luckiest men in the country considering the fact that he is still a student in Nairobi University doing a bachelors degree in chemistry. We wish him all the best in his new roles.For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news.
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