Two Kenya police recruits were arrested following an impromptu inspection at the General Service Unit (GSU) Training School in Embakasi Nairobi.
The two, identified as Constable Joseph Kamau and Constable Daniel Mwangi, were caught red handed with 65 rounds of ammunition, gun oil and 500gms of bhang during a search conducted at their sleeping quaters.
The inpromptu raid was led by Inspector Adan Hassan on suspicion that some orecruits were engaging in unlawful activities and were hiding their weapons withing the barracks.
11 rounds of ammunition for the AK47 were recovere in the houses of the constables who are currently being detained at Embakasi police station.
This is just one incident in a series that have continued to bring a bad image of the National Police Service.
A week ago, a former police officer caused drama at Langata Police Station after undressing infront of the station, in a bid to get the attention of the Inspector General of Police, Joseph Boinnet.
A day before, a police officer attached to Kapenguria Police station, Abdi Hakim Maslah went rogue and shot dead six of his colleagues killing them instantly before recce company officers gunned him down.