National Police Officers are looking for a rogue Bodaboda driver who stole diesel from a police cruiser in Eldoret and turned licence plate upside down.
In Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County, the national police is looking for a bodaboda thief who siphoned diesel from a police cruiser and then turned the vehicle’s licence plate upside down to mock the law enforcement agency. There are questions about the whereabouts of the officers during the incident as it takes some significant effort to unscrew and then manipulate the vehicle’s number plate without such a crime being detected. The said police truck could be seen parked in the streets of Eldoret with the number plates GKB 869H turned upside down.
The police are patrolling Eldoret town in an effort to enforce lockdown and curfew issued by president Kenyatta in an effort to contain the spread of Covid 19. Meanwhile, it has been reported that Muslims within Edoret town have been trained on proper ways to handle covid 19 victim’s funerals in order to prevent the spread of the disease during this final rites of passage. So far in Kenya, there has been 5588 people tested with 184 of them confirmed positive for Covid 19. At least 4 people have died of coronavirus while a dozen victims have made a fully recovery.