Corruption in the road transport sector is rampant in Kenya. Corruption takes different forms by giving money, inducement to departure from the right course by means of words, threat, blackmail and friendship.
Corruption has taken root in Kenya traffic police, leading to many public vehicles in transport system not observing traffic laws or rules adequately and as a consequence leading to frequent accidents and leading to allowing to frequent accidents and leading to allowing foreigners enter Kenya without proper documents.
A middle aged female police officer has been caught on cameras receiving a bribe today in Migori County. According to the report shared by the Standard News, the officer allegedly received a bribe along the Migori-Isibania road in Migori County.
"This traffic police officer along the Migori-Isibania road was spotted by a standard photographer stopping this PSV matatu. A handshake later, the PSV was allowed to pass," the Standard News reveals.
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