BUSINESSMAN FAULTS POLICE VETTING EXERCISE.

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Businessman Mike Makarina with his lawyer Henry Kurauka who has sued the National Police Service Commission for treating police in an inhuman and degrading manner during the ongoing police vetting exercise at Milimani law courts on Wednesday July 13,2016.
BY SAM ALFAN.

A Nairobi businessman has sued the National Police Service Commission for treating police in an inhuman and degrading manner during the ongoing police vetting exercise.

Mike Makarina, also a chairperson of people living with disability claims that the commission has failed to uphold the constitutional rights of police officers.

He says that Kavulundi commission has failed to ensure fairness in the vetting process and failed to protect the privacy of police.

“The vetting procedure and the manner of conducting vetting by the commission does not take into account the challenges of police officers during the execution of their work. Consequently, many police officers who have been subjected to vetting process have raised complaints of unfair treatment,” he said in court documents.

Through lawyer Henry Kurauka, Makarina claims that this may affect the desired performance of their work.

Proceedings resume August 2.

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