Kenya Police Service officers have been trending for both good and bad deeds. When listing the number of bad deeds associated with the police, corruption always lands and number one due to the huge bribes some officers do collect
By this, one can question whether the police officers are some of the richest public servants in the country. Well, this question was answered recently by former Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet while he was invited in a meeting of the Kenya Police Sacco that was held in Mombasa.
Boinnet who is currently the CAS of Tourism and Wildlife indicated that only a handful of Kenya police officers are very rich. While ranking their riches in terms of millions, Joseph Boinnet indicated that there are only 990 police officers who are millionaires in the country legally.
He went forward to indicate that majority of these police officers had saved in Kenya Police Sacco for years thus no one can doubt their hard earned wealth
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