Kenyans want drunk police forgiven. Give hilarious reasons.

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Drunk Police[Photos/Sources].

“You drunk intoxicating liquor while in police uniform, therefore, you are required to respond to this matter in writing, explaining why disciplinary action should not be taken against you for committing an offense. Taking intoxicating liquor or psychotropic substance or drugs in uniform when actively engaged in a public place contrary to Section 88 Cap 2 as read with the Eighth Schedule One of the Police Service Act No 11A of 2011,” partly read a demand letter from the station.

Kenyans want the state to forgive Constable, James Muthama who was caught on clip drunk on the ground last Tuesday Jan 28th.

The Constable hwo was said to be attached to Giaki Police Station in Meru was filmed in an awkward state by the loacls. He was in complete police uniform.

Sources divulged to Jihami.com that the police had been assigned duty at Meru Law Courts before he left the working place during the noon when later he was traced intoxicated as seen the viral raw clip.

Details however emerged on Wednesday Jan 29th indicating that he might be punished for impropriety if he failed to show course why he should not be fired.

“You drunk intoxicating liquor while in police uniform, therefore, you are required to respond to this matter in writing, explaining why disciplinary action should not be taken against you for committing an offense. Taking intoxicating liquor or psychotropic substance or drugs in uniform when actively engaged in a public place contrary to Section 88 Cap 2 as read with the Eighth Schedule One of the Police Service Act No 11A of 2011,” partly read a demand letter from the station.

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Kenyans on social media immediately started to sympathise with the officer who they say represented many of the young men who had no hope in the state. Here are some of the reactions-

Martin Mugambi Kaburu Njue Hiyo ni stress ya hii kazi ngumupoliis wanafanya. We are too fast to condemn.

Moses Muriuki it was one for the road. Let the young man go free.

Okoth Fredrick They should forgive him.

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