Striking Nairobi County Workers Roughs Up A Man Allegedly Sent To Serve Them With Court Orders. (VIDEO)
The striking Nairobi county government workers on Monday roughed up a man who was allegedly sent to serve them with court orders regarding the strike.
From the video clip that was shared by the Standard Digital, the striking workers can be seen pushing the man away and they even manhandled him.
The man who was nicely dressed in a suit had some documents with him on his hands and after being chased away, he walked away and his identity is not yet known.
The workers are striking as they want a number of their grievances met.
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