Several stolen items and rolls of bhang were discovered when police officers conducted a raid in a house belonging to one inspector officer in Kahara, Kiambu.
The exercise came after two Ethiopian nationals Temesgen Daka and Tesfaye Shebeshi Assefahe reported they had been robbed of their valuables by officers who arrested on Wednesday, February 6.
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The duo who were nabbed for being unlawfully in Kenya accused the arresting officers of stealing one laptop and a wrist watch from them.
The officers who were involved in the operation were asked about the stolen items, but they denied any involvement.
However, Kiambaa sub county OCPD Ngare Riko conducted a search in the houses of the officers who were allegedly involved in the arrest and that is when two laptops were 22 rolls of bhang found in house of Administration Police Inspector identified as Nyagah.
"An inventory was prepared and signed by the above mentioned officers and also witnessed by AP sergeant Jackson Kimanthi andu Admistration Police seargeat Josphine Migaine," police said in an OB report.
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