Police Officers are always known to dress well in their uniform as they get ready for any short comings.
However, a viral photo said to be that of Garissa Women Rep. has elicited mixed reactions across the internet.
The two officers were also holding fire arms with the women representative sandwiches in between.
Previously, the interior cabinet secretary doctor Fred Matiang'i had given some strict to follow guidelines that officers were to follow on dress code.
Lady cops have been on the spotlight for wearing some questionable attires and having funny looking hair styles.
Many across the internet have expressed some hilarious and wild reactions after the photo went viral.
Yukub.. Good job. The bravery of our Ladies in Uniform!
Mocho.. Not in order to display weapons when in civilian
Muli....i have worked with these people and for real...with such a detail its a n automatic suicide
Liz... Ile style wameshika hiyo denga inaonyesht tu hawa ni raiaa wema kama mimi
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