GSU graduates display irresponsible and reckless behaviour in a viral video.
- GSU officers displayed their excitement after graduating in a video of which they displayed irresponsible behaviour
- The National Police Service termed the GSU graduates ad reckless and irresponsible.
GSU graduates display irresponsible behaviour
Kenyans online are divided as to where they stand after GSU graduates displayed irresponsible and behaviour in a viral video. This video came after GSU officers graduated in the 48th passing out parade at the Embakasi B National Police College. 2,502 GSU officers graduated. The President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta presided over the graduation ceremony and the passing-out parade.
The viral video displayed GSU officers happy and loud about the fact that they were finally secure and out and that they were the “bad squad in red beret” They were also seen flashing the gun sign while recording the video, of which by now has gone viral.
The National Police Service response to the viral video?
The National Police Service termed the GSU graduates as reckless and irresponsible. The NPS promised that the GSU officers involved in the video will be penalised accordingly. The NPS also argued that the irresponsible behaviour displayed in the clip doesn’t reflect the norms and values of NPS, GSU and KPS.
Kenyans are torn about the viral video. Other Kenyans are protecting the fact that the GSU graduates were overly excited something that happens natural but would not be on the spotlight if they had not used sheng. Other Kenyans argue that Police officers should be disciplined and responsible at all times.