Police brutality acts has been reportedly vividly increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya. Some section of police officer have been caught in different scandals that are against the constitution like killing innocent people carelessly, robbing people, Injuring people among others.
According to the video report that former Nairobi county governor Mike Sonko shared on his Facebook page, today morning the county government of Kenya demolished ordered demolition of Martin Luther primary school in Nairobi.
That incident happened very early in the morning and many people have wondered what is going to happen because schools are resuming back next week after one week holiday closure.
According to eye witness concerning that Incident, more that six land cruisers landed in that school at a crack of down and the police brutality murdered a cat that was in that place before starting their demolition process.
Kenyans on social media have condemned that incident whereby some section of Kenyans are urging the government through president Uhuru Kenyatta to try his best on fighting corruption in this country.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
You can watch that video by clicking here,https://www.facebook.com/GovernorMikeSonkoMbuvi/videos/1831533030368228/
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