It's been a few weeks since Citizen TV aired an alleged expose on Kenya police and the transactions they carry out with criminals. Purity Mwambia who was the lead investigator was put under criticism by the DCI George Kinoti for airing unfounded peace of investigative work on police. However, the truth might be finding its way to Kenyans a few weeks later after a young man aged 17 years was arrested commiting crime in Meru county. The young man who was in full police uniform was arrested alongside other colleagues and Kenyans were quick to notice the truth behind Purity Mwambia's expose on Citizen TV.
Kenyans said that Purity Mwambia's story was representing the whole truth about the police despite the DCI coming strongly to defend the police. Kenyans said that the police should carry out the investigation on the wrong vice in their service rather than blaming the media for airing the truth that Kenyans deserve to know. Do you think the truth behind Purity Mwambia's expose on police is unfolding? Leave down your comments below.
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