At least six police officers died following an attack at Kapenguria Police Station in West Pokot county on Thursday, July 14.
Details of what happened next are scanty but what was clear is that bloody confrontation ensued.Initial reports by Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet were erroneous as they indicated that it was the teacher who snatched a gun from a police officer at the desk.
“This morning at about 5.30am at Kapenguria Police Station, within West Pokot county, an individual who had been arrested for suspect terror links managed to grab a firearm from a report officer and shot at several officers who were on duty,” said Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet.
What is the truth?
It is established that the attacker was a rogue police officer,Constable Abdi Hakim Maslah, force number 101777
When Maslah walked into the station,his colleagues didn’t know what he was up to since he was off duty but it wasn’t unusual for an officer to show up at work while off duty.
Little did they know Maslah had a criminal intent and it has emerged it had everything to do with a detainee,Omar Okwaki Eumod,…CLICK NEXT BELOW TO CONTINUE READING…