Nyeri Police Officer caught with Junior Colleague Wife

Nyeri Police Officer caught with Junior Colleague Wife

A senior police officer at Nyeri has just gone viral online after he sent a video mistakenly to a WhatsApp group.

He mistakenly shared the private video to a WhatsApp group which eventually went viral.

Some sources revealed that the woman in the video is the wife of a junior officer to him at the same police station.
The fate of the woman is yet to be known as we are yet to get any reaction from the husband who is also a police officer

The incident has caused a lot of controversy in Nyeri, with many people calling for the officer to be fired from the police force.

The incident is a reminder of the importance of ethical behavior for police officers. Police officers are entrusted with the public’s trust, and they must uphold the highest standards of integrity.

Police officers who engage in unethical behavior, such as adultery, can damage the public’s trust in the police force. This can make it more difficult for the police to do their job and to protect the public.

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