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Viviana singing after exiting police force

She is doing it as therapy for the sexual harassment she faced

In Summary

• The former policewoman said she is still struggling after she resigned her job

Mombasa policewoman Viviana Hyline in a video that went viral, complaining of sexual harassment and discrimination
Mombasa policewoman Viviana Hyline in a video that went viral, complaining of sexual harassment and discrimination
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Viviana Hyline, the policewoman who resigned her job after complaining of sexual harassment, has released a song titled 'Nilinde'.

Speaking to Word Is, Viviana said she is still stressed.

"I am doing music as a therapy to try and forget what I went through while working as a policewoman," she said.

"I used to sing in church as a young girl. I joined the police job immediately after school."

She said she is still struggling after she resigned.

"I fell into depression in that job. There is no hope for me, I have been sick and the inspiration of the song is my life," she said.

The former officer said she requested to resign peacefully from the service but her bosses dismissed her.

"No benefit or anything. I was not given a chance to prove myself, yet I had all the evidence."