READ SHOCKING LETTER FROM POLICE OFFICERS THREATENING TO KILL KAVULUDI FOR “UNFAIR” VETTING

 

Anonymous police officers have allegedly threatened to kill members of the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) chaired by Johnstone Kavuludi for what they have termed as “unfair” vetting by the agency.

The threats are contained in a letter that was addressed to President Uhuru Kenyatta, and copies of which were distributed at the police headquarters in Nairobi seen by The Standard.

The NPSC has been carrying out vetting of police officers, starting with the seniors, to weed out corrupt ones from the force.

At least 63 top officers have since been sacked including former spokesperson of the Administration Police Hassan Mwinyi.

Here are the words of the letter:

“We the police officers in solidarity with our colleagues who have been unfairly removed from the police service through the so called vetting by Kavulidi write to appeal for your early intervention before we take the law into our hands. Enough is enough…something must be done and done *fairy* fast before things get out of hand in this key security service called the police service. (sic) A number of us in our several meetings have been thinking of pushing a bullet into his dirty mind but we want to give Your Excellency a chance to address our concern…not that vetting is being resisted but it should be done fairly and the real bad shown the door but the opposite is what is happening and this want we want to demonstrate in this write up. 

Concerned officers who have said enough is enough and are ready for anything including what we have indicated in this letter if the above issues are not addressed with speed.

Its very painful to be removed when your issues are not so grave and others who are seriously culpable are allowed to go scot-free….and to add an insult to an injury they get promoted by Kavulidi.”

It is not the first time that the NPSC is receiving death threats since they started vetting of the officers.

In 2013, a human head and other body parts were sent to Kavuludi as a “message” for carrying out the vetting exercise.

However, the chairman has vowed to continue with the vetting of 12,000 police officers.0fgjhs7ur3kl9ci1c-r800x600-80435063.jpg

Anonymous police officers have allegedly threatened to kill members of the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) chaired by Johnstone Kavuludi for what they have termed as “unfair” vetting by the agency.

The threats are contained in a letter that was addressed to President Uhuru Kenyatta, and copies of which were distributed at the police headquarters in Nairobi seen by The Standard.

The NPSC has been carrying out vetting of police officers, starting with the seniors, to weed out corrupt ones from the force.

At least 63 top officers have since been sacked including former spokesperson of the Administration Police Hassan Mwinyi.

Here are the words of the letter:

“We the police officers in solidarity with our colleagues who have been unfairly removed from the police service through the so called vetting by Kavulidi write to appeal for your early intervention before we take the law into our hands. Enough is enough…something must be done and done *fairy* fast before things get out of hand in this key security service called the police service. (sic) A number of us in our several meetings have been thinking of pushing a bullet into his dirty mind but we want to give Your Excellency a chance to address our concern…not that vetting is being resisted but it should be done fairly and the real bad shown the door but the opposite is what is happening and this want we want to demonstrate in this write up. 

Concerned officers who have said enough is enough and are ready for anything including what we have indicated in this letter if the above issues are not addressed with speed.

Its very painful to be removed when your issues are not so grave and others who are seriously culpable are allowed to go scot-free….and to add an insult to an injury they get promoted by Kavulidi.”

It is not the first time that the NPSC is receiving death threats since they started vetting of the officers.

In 2013, a human head and other body parts were sent to Kavuludi as a “message” for carrying out the vetting exercise.

However, the chairman has vowed to continue with the vetting of 12,000 police officers.

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