Police officers pose with red clothes to protest change of pension scheme (Photo)

Police officers pose with red clothes to protest change of pension scheme (Photo)

Some police officers have protested a decision of the government to migrate them from the CAP 30 pension scheme unto the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) pension scheme.

Per a report from 3news.com, the officers silently protested the decision, by wearing red clothing and posing for photos.

While some covered their faces with red masks, others wore red armed bands to express their displeasure over the decision.

An officer posed for a photo after covering his face

A police officer with a covered face

Source: 3news.com
Source: UGC

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Another officer tied red clothe around his arms and neck.

A man with red bands

Source: 3news.com
Source: UGC

A female officer had red bands around her neck, arm and wrist.

A police officer with red bands

Source: 3news.com
Source: UGC

Another officer of the law covered his face with a red cloth

A police officer with a coevred face

3news.com
Source: UGC

Another officer, in full police uniform, inserted a red cloth beneath the cap to hide his face.

A man with a covered face

Source: 3news.com
Source: UGC

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