Mombasa based Female Police Officer releases a song condemning bosses of assaults, wants to be fired
Mombasa based female Police officer Vivian song


Mombasa based female Police officer releases a song claiming she is exhausted of working for the service and wants to be freed of her duties.



The middle aged lady Vivian Williams went viral in June 2021 after recording herself plea to be terminated from the National Police Service while condemning her superiors of s£xual harassment and abuse.



Williams, who is resides in Mombasa, released a song titled Kilio Changu, which reportedly features an unidentified male Administration Police (AP) officer.


“Sina hamu tena, na kazi ya polisi. Naambia wakubwa tena, hii ni kilio changu. Nimetuma barua mara mingi sana kwa ofisi lakini hazifiki… Mimi nimechoka na kazi ya kupenda hongo… Sitaki tena (I have no interest in being a police officer. I am telling my seniors, hear my cries. I have sent letters to the office, but they are not received. I am tired of loving the jobs where bribes are the order of the day. I am not interested),” she sings.

She also seized a related complaint raised by celebrated female police officer Doris Wako, who rose in the spotlight for sheltering and feeding street kids.


Doris was also decrying harassment by her bosses according to videos that emerged on social media.

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