Police brutalities have been on a higher rise in the Country. Kenya is continuously recording many cases of Police brutalities that have left a large number of Kenyans dead from the police brutalities. The death cases from the police have brought concerns from the relevant Government bodies who have come out taming the devil acts by the police officers in Kenya.
The same scenario of Police killing has again been seen in Kahawa West Nairobi, where the police officers have murdered one young man. According to Kenya Traffic, the death of the young man came after the police officers went to calm the youth protests after the government destroyed their business kiosks. The report indicates that the young man was shot in the head and died instantly making the youths rise more against the police who are trying to calm them
The protests are causing more problems in the region as many activities are at a standstill and vehicles not moving. The strike is still going on in the region causing a lot of anxieties among the residents of the region of the end results of the strike that has already left one person dead.
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