PHOTOS:PREGNANT ‘TEARGAS’ POLICEWOMAN GETS A SURPRISE BABY SHOWER

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LEFT: The picture of Police Constable Agatha Wairimu (in yellow) at Pangani police station that caused a media storm. RIGHT: Constable Wairimu (in red) during her baby shower on June 21, 2017 . PHOTOS | STELLA CHERONO
LEFT: The picture of Police Constable Agatha Wairimu (in yellow) at Pangani police station that caused a media storm. RIGHT: Constable Wairimu (in red) during her baby shower on June 21, 2017 . PHOTOS | STELLA CHERONO

The heavily pregnant police officer pictured last week wearing a teargas necklace at Pangani Police Station where politicians had been detained has received surprise baby shower at the station.

Aspiring Nairobi Women Representative Millicent Omanga on Tuesday paid a visit at the station where she threw the surprise party for Police Constable Agatha Wairimu.

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PHOTO | STELLA CHERONO

PHOTO | STELLA CHERONO

Other female police officers joined in the surprise which was held in an office usually used for taking statements from suspects and witnesses.

The office was decorated with balloons before Constable Wairimu was ushered in by her colleagues. She then cut and shared a cake that was brought by Ms Omanga.

PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA

PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA

The overjoyed officer received baby presents including a pram, a baby cot and other gifts from the aspirant who was accompanied by her friends.

“This is just a gesture to appreciate our female police officers. This officer has done us proud and showed us that women put in a lot of effort to their work,” Ms Omanga said.

PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA

PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA

Ms Omanga presented the gifts to Ms Wairimu in the presence of her boss, Officer Commanding Station Benjamin Kisela who said Ms Wairimu was a dedicated police officer who had made the station proud.

Constable Wairimu graduated from the Kenya Police Training College in Kiganjo in 2009 and while serving as a police officer, enrolled for an undergraduate degree at the Egerton University.

PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA

PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA

“I graduated last year June with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology – Forensic Investigations option and I hope to start my Masters next year after I deliver my first child,” she said.

Her estimated date of delivery is in September

She said she loved her job and hoped to advance her knowledge in the security field.

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