Updated: Kenya didn’t remove pockets from police uniforms to fight corruption

Reports have it that authorities in Kenya are planning to remove
pockets from police uniforms as part of Kenyatta’s
fight against corruption in the country.

The new set of police uniforms will have no pockets.
It is believed that the proposal, if implemented, would make it
difficult for Kenyan police officers who take bribes on the roads,
to keep the cash they collect.

However, sources within the Police Command say the officers will
resist any attempt to make their uniforms pocketless, because the
pockets also beautifies the appearance of a police officer.

UPDATE: PLEASE NOTE, WE HAVE GATHERED THAT THIS NEWS IS FALSE. 

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Africa Check asked Joseph Boinnet, Kenya’s inspector of police, if there was any to the Afrikan-Daily.com story.

“There is nothing like that,” he said.

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