Renowned Kenyan thespian Davis Mwabili, popularly known by his stage name “Inspekta Mwala”, left netizens excited on Tuesday after a clip of the Citizen Radio presenter literally living his dream emerged online.
The funny short-statured man was seen receiving utmost honour from local policemen during the body viewing of former President Daniel Moi at Parliament Buildings, Nairobi.
Sharply dressed in the blue police uniform, Mwala held a quick conversation the policemen who seemed to hold very high respect to him him not only as an actor and legend in the TV business, but also as a person who portrays the ethical values of police officers.
The law enforcement officers gave the father of two a salute: a gesture that many of his fans reacted to on social media, praising him for always displaying the desired character of our men in uniform.
Here is what some of them had to say.
“You will be whatever you dream of. His dream was that one-day a real police will respect him so there it is, it happened today! Great job,” Princebrown De Eversmiller said.
“Through the show, Mwala tries to sell the goodness of the police by defining their roles and code of conduct,” Isaac K Sudi said.
“The only inspector I know in this country who is not corrupt. Matiangi promote this inspector,” Lucas Mwaura Fama said.
“He is not only a comedian but through his program, he is educating the public on community policing,” Mswati Tim Biwott said.
“That’s inspector Mwala, the uncorrupt cop of the century,” Daniel Otieno said.
“Mwala deserves respect, the only police who has never taken a bribe,” Njamba YA Ruriri said.