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Mwingi nurse single-handedly constructs a police station at Ngaaie

 A Mwingi nurse has shown a rare kind of generosity by constructing a new permanent police station for officers operating at Ngaaie police post, who have been operating under a tree.

Regina Mathuva, a nurse at Mwingi handing over keys to the newly constructed police station at Ngaaie in Kyuso Sub County, Kitui County. Photo/BONIFACE MWANIKI


Regina Mathuva who currently runs a private clinic at Mwingi town says that she was touched by the dilapidating state which the officers were operating in and that’s why she sought permission from Kyuso sub county police commander to construct for them a building with offices and polices cells at a cost of Sh. 1.5Million.

According to Regina, she visited the Ngaaie police post one day with an issue she wanted resolved but to her dismay the police officers were operating from their residential houses and she had to move to the nearby town to seek a place where she could comfortably explain her plight to the police officer in charge as it was raining. This is what touched her and made her decide to construct the new offices.

Japheth Wambua, the chairperson of Ngaaie Market said that the newly constructed offices would improve security of the market which has been improving since the police officers were brought to the area. He called for more officers to be moved in now that the police post is complete.

Speaking during the official opening of the new police structures, Kyuso OCPD Beatrice Kigalu thanked the well-wisher for the generosity she showed towards the police, urging members of the public to utilize the presence of the police to ensure improved security.


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