Martin Thairu, a police constable at Nairobi's Diplomatic police station, was discovered dead inside a bus parked within the police station.
Martin is thought to have committed himself after pullet wounds were discovered on his head and his gun was discovered by his body. Martin may have killed himself with his AK-47 rifle.
Augustine Nthumbi, Nairobi's police chief, confirmed the occurrence, saying that they had been looking for him since Wednesday morning, only to discover his dead on the bus. On board the bus.
Martin Thairu, who was 40 years old at the time of his death, is still being investigated by the authorities.
This comes just a few days after another police officer from the DCI office in Parklands was discovered dead in his Kasarani home.
The reason for the high number of police officer deaths should be investigated. This is due to the frightening pace at which police personnel are taking their own lives through suicide.
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