Police officers and boda boda riders in Nakuru on Saturday, October 2, challenged each other to a football match.
The police officers damned in yellow jerseys and bodaboda riders clad in blue jerseys during the football match conducted at the Nakuru ASK Showground.
Chants dominated the match, as police cops could be seen asking each other to “nab” them (riders), as the bodaboda team responded back, telling each other“overpowere” the officers.
The football match was planned by Nakuru County Police Commander Beatrice Kiraguri.
“I planned the contest in bid to build a rapport and cordial relations with the riders,” Kiraguri told the press.
“Many times, riders are seen to be rude and often engage themselves in criminal activities. We seek to build a cordial working environment a culture that will see police officers work closely with the riders in fighting out criminals activities,” she added.
Police officers drawn from different Sub-Counties in Nakuru County are the ones who spectated the match.
By press time, the scores were reading at 1-1, and the contest was in the second-half session.
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