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Cop punished for stopping boss

By | April 23rd 2012
A traffic police officer who stopped his boss for failing to comply with traffic rules has been transferred under what colleagues claim is a case of victimisation. The traffic officer who stopped Wilfred Mbithi, the deputy commissioner of police operations in Nairobi, has been moved to Kondele, Kisumu. The same officer had first been arrested for holding his boss to account, until KTN aired that story. Traffic officers across the country now want the national human rights commission, to assist the officer.
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