Police officers have had a hectic time clearing their names before the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) vetting panel that has camped in a Kakamega hotel. The panel led by the chairperson of the National Police Service Commission Johnstone Kavuludi is undertaking a five-day vetting exercise on various officers from the wider western region.
The National Police Service Commission panel that is undertaking the exercise at Kakamega’s Golf Hotel noted that constable Cherono had transacted the money between 2014 and 2015 while she was a traffic officer in Bungoma County.
It was further noted that between 2011 and now, numerous huge bank deposits had been made to her account, some of which she was unable to explain. It forced the panel led by Commissioner Murshid Mohammed to adjourn the vetting for hours to give her time go through the transactions and present her answers to the questions asked.