Emerging details this afternoon reveals that Kenyans online have ganged up online and raised concern after Police Officers arrests Dozens of students leaders under Azimio-affiliated MDD group as they addressed a media conference at Chester House in Nairobi.
From the preliminary reports, Police officers revealed that the Meeting is unlawful and creating tension in the Country. Further, it is reported that the students are currently being held at the Central Police Station in Nairobi.
Below are some of their reactions;
"Let the comrades be released ,they also have the constitutional right to air their views.They've broken no law in their media address." ~ Nicholas Nicholas.
"Police should stop creating unnecessary tension in the country. Those students should be released." ~ Joel Masinde.
"Release the students.no need for the arrest and this might arise greater danger than expected on Monday." ~ Ntoiitii Kubania.
"Arresting the students is greating more tension in the country and cannot stop maandamano." ~ Benard Mulama.
"It's now the police who have started this war but know that comrades will come for you once a comrade is always a comrade." ~ Ouma Kennedy.
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