Thousands of bats are reported to have been hovering around the Maragua Police Station for two days now. The incident has left Kenyans on social media talking as some wonder what could be the possible cause or reason for the bats.
In a video shared on Facebook through official Citizen TV Kenya page, police officers have been seen trying to shoot at the bats as they shift from one tree to another. This has raised speculations as Netizens now asks the police to seek for cleansing.
On the other side, Netizens have asked the police to stop disturbing them saying that provided they are hurting anyone nor entering their offices they should not attack them, instead they will just leave at their peace.
Sometimes the occasion might be linked to some rituals though no one has revealed the cause behind their hovering. It is true that the appearance of the bats must have caused tension not only to the police at the centre but also to residents residing near the area.
What do you think could be the reason? Share your thoughts as you go through how kenyans have reacted.
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