Kenyans are questioning why the new police uniform has larger pockets and who is behind the tender.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday unveiled the new uniforms.
Twitter user Kinyua Abala noted the pockets are too huge.
“We are in trouble,” he said.
“Who got the tender for the sample uniform and who's getting the real deal?” asked Samuel Wanaina.
@mwitimagiri wants the President to reveal who won the tender to supply the new uniform.
These views were shared among Twitter users with @Muhatia questioning what is wrong with the current uniform and who would pay for the new ones.
“Who is after the tender to supply new uniform?” he asked.
“The President says it's for better visibility of police? What a reason! Who doesn't see the police?” he asked.
Uhuru said it is important for the police to note that Kenyans are funding the changes so that they can provide better services.
However, Twitter user George Kebut said changing the uniform does not change the personality of a police officer.
“If an officer is corrupt it's upon you to change the police system,” he said.
Njoki Mercy said, “I hope corrupt police are changed too!”
Some Kenyans find the uniform ugly.
“The new uniform is ugly, unfriendly and uninspiring. The reforms are welcome though, and the future looks brighter,” Douglas Orang’i said.
He, however, said Jubilee is a big joke as Kenyans were expecting better police reforms only to realise it was all about uniforms.
“The war goes to awarding of the tender towards providing uniform to 150,000 police officers. Next, you'll hear someone pocketing Sh5 billion just for belts,” he added.
Mc triggagh said the uniform is a dull colour, and questioned whether it is more visible.
“The new police uniform looks like for locomotive drivers,”@maccos said.
Michael Mburu questioned why Uhuru only settled for new uniforms
instead of addressing issues affecting the police like low pay and extra-judicial killings
“The only thing Jubilee saw worth fit of change is the uniform!” he said.
@KinotiEng questioned why Uhuru had not addressed the 16 per cent VAT fuel.
“The President of "mnataka nifanye aje" finally is here to dress the police, but can't address the VAT.”