Gladys Shollei proposes police to wear body cameras in an attempt to fight corruption in the judiciary.
Deputy Speaker of the National assembly Gladys Shollei proposes police officers should wear body cameras in an attempt to fight corruption.
Speaking on television during a discussion on war on graft by the judiciary, the lawmaker claimed that police officers receive alot of bribes even by remandees who are seeking a court hearing.
She said,”Police officers bring remandees to the court from time to time and sometimes you find that they don’t bring them on time and the cases cannot proceed so you find remandees having to bribe police officers so that they can be taken to court.”
The Uasin Gishu Women Rep argued that the use of body cameras will help monitor the police officers during their interactions with the public.