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Police officer recovers KSh 450k while combing accident scene, returns to family

A police inspector stationed at Maungu Police Station has sparked warm reactions on social media after returning money belonging to a family who survived a road accident.

Local publications reported that the inspector, identified as Job Oyagi recovered KSh 450,000 belonging to a family involved in a road accident along the Nairobi-Mombasa highway.

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The officer stated that rather than keeping the money for himself, he chose to return it to the family which is currently receiving treatment in hospital.

Oyagi also disclosed that there way an attempt of robbery at the accident scene before the police intervened.

Reactions

Mike Kubai: God bless you richly officer. In the murky wild world of corruption spiced with all evils, good officers still exist. This is one of them

Isacko East: God bless you, sir, honest not all can portray and uphold that integrity and honesty in you. Big up

Dihoff Mukoto: God bless him in the National police service we have very good police officers. Despite myself encountering a few rogue

Allan Kipleting: I have benefited not once or twice from good police officers. Our police officers 80% are good people only a few wanaharibu jina ya police

In a separate story on GOTTA.news, four police officers from Ruiru, Nairobi County were arrested after robbing a man while enforcing COVID-19 curfew rules.

The victim, took to social media narrating how the four officers handcuffed him, took his phone and forced him to share his M-Pesa pin and carried out the transaction.

The officers managed to steal KSh 1,030 from his Mpesa and deleted the M-Pesa message from his phone.

Later, after they took their exit, the man reached out to his mobile network service provider, Safaricom and managed to retrieve details of the transaction.

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“The police officer proceeded to transfer 1030/ to his phone, transaction code (PHC3JFK18D), phone registered under Martin Ndichu Kamau, and immediately transferred the same to another line,” said the aggrieved civilian.

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