Kianjokoma new OCS Isaack Mugoya with his deputy Elisha Mwaniki today, Sunday attended a Sunday service ACK Trinity Church, Kianjokoma. In a rare show residents of Kianjokoma congregated at a church service to welcome the new police officers posted to the local station. The service created a rapport with the community Following the death of the two brothers.
Kianjokoma new OCS Isaack Mugoya (right) and his deputy
The residents welcomed the officers to the ACK Trinity Church, Kianjokoma, prayed for them and donated two seats for the OCS and his deputy. Reverend Isaiah Njagi, who presided over the service, observed that the chairs at the station were not in good condition and challenged the locals to obey the authority.
He cautioned the residents to avoid engaging in drug trafficking and consuming illicit brews, adding that it would minimise confrontations and create a partnership with the officers. OCS Isaak Mugoya, assured residents that his office was open at all times to serve the community better.
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