Reactions After Scary Video Of Alleged Kisumu Askaris Dragging A Woman Behind A Pickup Emeges Online
By Newscompliers | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 0 views
Kenyans online reacted after a scary video of a woman being dragged behind a pickup on a tarmac road surfaced online.
According to the source, the rude and unexpected incident occurred in Kisumu town after several hawkers were being chased out of the streets.
Reports indicated that the county council took over the streets and mishandled innocent civilians who were selling their items along the streets, several were arrested and locked into the vehicle.
The video shows a woman being drugged helplessly while the vehicle was overseeing. Angry residents followed the vehicle using motorcycles in efforts to stop them from the inhuman act but their efforts bared no fruits.
Kenyans online reacted to the video hence calling for the arrested of the officers who were behind the cruel and inhuman act. They also called upon the Kisumu governor to look into the matter and justice prevail to the victim.
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