Boniface Mwangi (Photo courtesy )
Our Country is guided by the rule of law. Kenyans are enjoying freedom as per the 2010 Constitution. However, few Kenyans have been rising as they claimed harassment and frustration from the police officers.
Cases of police brutality have been on rising as uproar from Kenyans increases day after day. Recently, police were allegedly attacked on Thika road after they shot a bodaboda rider. Curfew was meant to control the spread of coronavirus but cases have been emerging that police are intimidating Kenyans as they brutalized them.
Today, as reported by Mwangi Bonface, Inspector General Mutyambayi had told all Kenyans to report any incidence in his tweet on 2nd June 20220. According to Mutyambayi, Kenyans were advised to take a video of rogue police officers.
“We encourage all citizens to keep reporting cases of police brutality.”
Boniface Mwangi is among the victims where he was attacked and left with some bruises after defending his client.
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