WATCH – City restaurant hosts police officers to Valentine’s Day luncheon
Police offers from Central Police Station in Nairobi had an ‘unusual’ treat on Tuesday after Cafe Deli restaurant hosted them to a luncheon to mark Valentine’s Day.
Every year on February 14th, the restaurant hosts different categories of members of the society who have made an impact on the nation through their services.
The police officers, who were led by Officer Commanding Police Division (OCPD) Mr Raphael Kimilu, who thanked the owner of the restaurant, Obado Obadoh, for hosting them.
Mr Kimilu urged Kenyans to continue partnering with the police officers as a way of boosting security.
Robert Murithi, who is in charge of criminal investigation, said thanked the management of the eatery for appreciating the work of police officers.
“To the restaurant owner and members of the 4th estate, I can assure you when I’ll be writing my memoir, you will find your chapter,” Mr Murithi said.
“Never in our lifetime, for the time I have served in this service, have we been appreciated this way and we don’t take it for granted,” said Nairobi sub-county Police Commander Doris Kemei, who also attended event.
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According to the restaurant owner, last year, the restaurant hosted doctors who were in the frontline in the battle against Covid-19.
“The first year, we appreciated orphans because, during Valentine’s, we want everyone to feel loved. There are certain groups that people always criticize, so we thought why not appreciate these different groups,” Mr Obado said, while lauding the police for their great service to the country.
“Today is your day. Love each other and eat as much as you can. We have plenty of food,” he said.
Representatives of Crime Journalists of Kenya (CJAK) also attended the event and lauded the police officers for their services and for being able to respond to journalists whenever they reach them for information.