Kenya police officer was at the receiving end today after he was caught red handed stealing money from a female invigilator in Bomet County. The incident which took place in Kimulot High school, Konoin Constituency has left many Kenyans talking about the corruption, theft and other malpractices practiced by the Kenya police.
The man in uniform was posted to man the ongoing secondary exams by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC). Manned with full police uniform and AK-47 rifle, the man walked into a private room where teachers and other exam's invigilators had kept their belongings.
Further, he was seen removing something like money and stashing them into his side pockets of the trouser. He was later seen returning the bag in their previous positions before heading out smiling. The CCTV footage which has now gone viral prompted senior police officers in Bomet to dispatch other police officers for full verification before apprehending the beleaguered police officer.
“We have dispatched officers from the county headquarters to the ground to verify the information that is now in the public domain. We are trying to verify whether or not the incident occurred in the school so that appropriate action can be taken,” a senior police officer said.
However, the incident has caused mixed reactions. Most Kenyans are condemning the act while others reacted angrily saying they should be well paid to avoid such scenarios. Kindly view the attached for more reactions, follow me, share widely and leave a comment.
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