After a hit-and-run incident involving a police vehicle and a boda boda rider, protests erupted in Kianjokoma Market.
Residents claim that a police vehicle struck a boda boda rider at Kianjokoma market before fleeing.Riders who proceeded to the Kianjokoma police station to report the event were chased away by cops, causing a major outcry.
This alarming occurrence occurs against the backdrop of a court case involving the same Kianjokoma cops in connection with the inexplicable murder of two brothers.Following the grisly killings that stunned Kenyans, the Kianjokoma cops have been in the spotlight.
Several officers were apprehended and charged with the murders of the two young men.The frequency of extrajudicial executions among coos has recently reached to an alarming level, prompting questions about what is going on in the society
Nonetheless, the independent police Oversight Authority (IPOA) has been working nonstop to guarantee that all of these cops are held accountable for their crimes.
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