Members of the Kenya Police Service seem to be passing through alot while on the line of duty. This is evident after one police officers who has been identified as Manyasi has lamented that he might die soon due to the problems he has been facing at work
According to Manyasi who works at Lang'ata Police Station, he had cried foul play from his bosses who have denied him off day since 2019. He has also lamented about how he is unfairly treated whilst at work. Manyasi has indicated that he has a big loan burden which has been troubling him
Manyasi has also linked the tribulations that he has been facing at work to his failed marriage. In the message, Manyasi has called upon his in law who he has identified as Musyoka to tell the mother of his children to return all the things she took away from his house.
This seems to be a worrying trend since even in the alleged suicidal note of Cop Caroline Kangogo, she was lamenting about being harassed by her senior police officer based in Nakuru
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