Police recruitment in Narok turns chaotic as Ogiek community protest against nepotism

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Police recruitment in Narok turns chaotic as Ogiek community protest against nepotism

By Abraham Mutai via FB

UNACCEPTABLE Corruption Nepotism and favouritism in the ongoing recruitment of Kenya Police, a case of Ololulunga Narok South

My attention has been drawn to cries for justice from a family in Nkaroni Narok South on the ongoing recruitment of police officers. In Narok South, two slots were reserved for Minority groups who reside within the Constituency and these groups are MAINLY the Ogiek.



It is sad that recruitment officers have short-changed the Ogiek in Narok South in favour of some people who paid for the position.

On the spot is Chief Inspector Gilbert Ngao of Ololulunga who was in charge of the recruitment process. Shame on you Gilbert Ngao.

The officer in question is said to have removed an Ogiek boy from Kap Lengima Kiamar family Nkaroni in favour of a Kikuyu who allegedly paid for the position. The boy from Nkaroni was qualified. He passed all tests and due to affirmative action of empowering the Minority, he was to be confirmed and issued with a letter but his confirmation was delayed into the night. He was later in the night told that the position was given to someone else in a clear case of corruption, discrimination and pure impunity.

We know the recruitment officer is from Nakuru, and I won’t hesitate to mention his name. He is CCI Mr Munguti. You clearly sold out the Minority group in my constituency of Narok South in favour of tokenism. The Ogiek, whom I stand with demand justice on this matter. You should be removed from service alongside OCS Gilbert Ngao.

Mr Gilbert Ngao you are disgrace to the people of Narok South. You also soil the Police service that I hold dear to my heart.

Police recruitment in Narok turns chaotic as Ogiek community protest against nepotism

Source: KENYAGIST.COM

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