Governance

Police Break into Dance as Cessation of Movement Jackpot Opens

Kenya Police officers in the five counties of Nairobi, Nakuru, Machakos, Kiambu and Kajiado counties broke into song and dance after Uhuru increased their salaries and allowances through the cessation of movement order.

The men tasked with maintaining law and order will from tomorrow start collecting additional allowances once they start enforcing the cessation of movement order. This was confirmed by several police officers who highlighted the monies involved in containing people.

“Kenyans wishing to move from the zone will need to part with some money. This could be as low as KShs 500 for the regulars to KShs 4000 for new faces. We expect booming business next few weeks.”

Already, police officers were seen making frantic calls to their bosses to ensure that they are deployed to the road blocks.

One officer hinted that he was now going to complete his house project that had stalled when the last cessation of movement order was lifted.