• Mwea Prison Corporal Qibuchi disclosed he’s not been earning much but uses the little he has to help fellow youths
• Qibuchi has been heavy on Social justice Programmes, Environmental conservation and climate action justice policy, women in technology for informal settlements, sanitary pad drives, Art and music production for social change and Social Enterprise Development even as he worked with youths from Latewa CBO and other parts of Nairobi
People from all walks of lives have come out to praise, appreciate and encourage talented Kenyan police officer Qibuchi after learning of the sacrifices he has been making to touch the lives of countless Nairobi youths.
For the longest time now, officers drawn from the Kenya Police Service have been dealing with negative publicity due to the many cases of police brutality in the country.
However, as section of Kenyan police officers such as Qibuchi took it upon themselves to give the police service a good face, one that is pleasing to the general public.
Well, Qibuchi who was recently promoted by Interior CS Kithure Kindiki from the rank of a Kenya Prisons Constable to a Corporal, recently touched the hearts of many Kenyans after sharing about the sacrifices he has been making to see Nairobi youth, both male and female change for the better.
The Mwea-based Kenya Prisons Corporal, on Tuesday, July 1, posted a side by side photo showing his monthly salary and that of Mumias East MP Peter Salasya, alleged as he tried to show the world how philanthropy is all about humanity and not resources.
According to Qibuchi’s payslip, the officer has been earning a net salary of KSh 54,000 but still managed to take care of countless Nairobi youths under the popular Latewa Community Based Organisation.
The newly-promoted corporal, through his caption thanked God for making it possible for him to still help others despite his ‘minute’ salary.
“Ask me how we survive. I can only tell you God has always come through.” Wrote Qibuchi.
Qibuchi, famed for the Nimechoka hit song moved a host of Kenyans on social media who camped on the comments section of hia post to laud and encourage him for his big heart.
YEIYO.com understands Qibuchi has been heavy on Social justice Programmes, Environmental conservation and climate action justice policy, women in technology for informal settlements, sanitary pad drives, Art and music production for social change and Social Enterprise Development even as he worked with youths from Latewa CBO and other parts of Nairobi.
Qibuchi’s recent revelation comes barely six months after he landed a major promotion thanks to his hit song Nimechoka.
Qibuchi’s promotion from the rank of Constable to Corporal knocked on his door after impressing Interior CS Kithure Kindiki with a wonderful performance during his recent visit at the Mwea Prison on Monday, May 8 2023.
Yeiyo.com understands Qibuchi caught CS Kindiki’s attention after performing his Nimechoka hit song to him and other guests who had accompanied the government official.
It should be noted Qibuchi’s song Nimechoka which highlights the plight of many men in uniform had earlier been received well by millions of Kenyans, especially police officers who felt he represented their voices in the best way possible.