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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

VIDEO: Mixed reactions after graduating GSU officers allegedly spark violence while singing in Sheng

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that graduating General Service Unit (GSU) officers have caused stirs with their choice of words while singing in Sheng during their passing out parade yesterday. (Read More Here).

In the trending video, no fewer than 15 GSU officers were seen dancing and rejoicing while singing a song in Sheng. The video began to go viral and Kenyans began to have a problem with their choice of words, such as:

Sisi ni wazii, kayole teen gangsters pa pa pa,  'Ni wale wabaya, wale wazii, Sisi ni wale wabaya - We the best, Mambanga - Police, Straight from the academy na wametoka. 

After the video began to trend, Kenyans rushed to social media to react. A few Kenyans were angry at the choice of their words, while some Kenyans thought there wasn't nothing wrong, rather they were having fun. 



Mixed reactions from a Kenyans:

Aleckie Ronald
@SirAlexas
Mimi in my entire existence i will never side with police, hawa washenzi kill for fun, ata waongee sheng, ata wakue 25, wakwende, fuck them, same idiots that killed baby pendo and other innocent kids??? , they should suffer forever. 

Nelson Havi
@NelsonHavi
 These deranged men who the National Police Service wants to release to the Public for service as GSU officers are mentally unfit or are uniformed criminals. Questions must be asked on how they were recruited, who trained them, and why they should be let loose with rifles?

Soshi
@daidey
Ha! You can always tell a class difference issue because this tweet is a complete misunderstanding. Calling them deranged, mentally unfit and criminals because they’re speaking sheng’ that he prolly doesn’t understand. 

Cornel✠
@KoneMoheavy
The Police Management has deemed it fit to condemn the reckless utterings by the young GSU graduates but wewe Kinuthia unataka kutuambia we are against them juu wanaongea Sheng? Are you of sound mind?

Jeepmunk 
@Mwituuuu
You guys were talking about the GSU graduates and i thought they did something crazy only to find out that they were happy and expressing themselves how people their age are doing out here. All the hates towards those kids is rooted in classism and profiling of sheng speakers. 

The Ukambani Voice
@Ukambaninews
Vijana wamechujwa job juu ya kubonga Sheng , I didn't know kumbe hii lugha ni criminalized,
Those guys are just excited and happy to make it in the Police Force. 

Orlando's
@ItsJobu
If sheng was the problem I guess nobody would be listening to Wakadinali or Mbogi Genje.

WAHITOStrawberry
@iam_saj_
“sisi ni wale wazii "(makes gun sign) pa pa pa! 
I had no idea till now speaking Sheng involves making threats.

it's kimodaFlexed biceps
@Eric_chir
Don't judge the youth by their sheng ....they are excited to be there. 

The General Service Unit (GSU) is a paramilitary wing in the Kenya Police Service, consisting of highly trained police officers, transported by seven dedicated Cessnas and three Bell helicopters. Having been in existence since 1948, the GSU has fought in a number of conflicts in and around Kenya, including the 1963 – 1969 Shifta War and the 1982 Kenyan coup

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