The Kenyan celebrated renown blogger Cyprian Nyakundi has alleged that a contingent of police officers have arrested a music producer in his 3D house while mixing some music songs as away of irking a living to put food on his table.
According to the blogger, the aforementioned police officers landed at the producer's house after failing to get any open bar that might be operating in the vicinity with the intention of arresting them.
Nyakundi alleged that the music producer was doing his job at the comfort of his house when the police officers ambushed and chained him, seizing all his music equipments and put him behind bars at Mlolongo Police Station.
"Police arrested a producer. They were looking for open bars in the vicinity before curfew time. They didn't manage to find any. They have taken equipments and held him at Mlolongo police station. Arrested at 3D building by a probox KBZ.." Cyprian Nyakundi wrote.
This comes a time when the police officers heightened the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta's order to strictly enforce the curfew hours in the efforts to curb the spread of the global pandemic of COVID-19 in the country.
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