Gachagua claimed; "Police brutality and extra-judicial killing has gone overboard. Coming on the heels of the killings in Kianjokoma over curfew rules, police in Gatung'ang'a Police Post in Ruguru Ward have opened fire on a young man and left him for dead for daring the police to stop harassing his father."Picture for illustrative purpose.
Vocal and bold Gachagua went ahead and urged Uhuru to immediately suspended curfew as he alleged that police are taking the advantage. "I am calling on our President, Uhuru Kenyatta to suspend the curfew that has no useful purpose other than being used by police to extort money from our people."Picture for illustrative purpose.
This saddening police brutality as alleged by Dp Ruto's ally, Mp Gachagua, attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured. Attached please find screenshots capturing their overwhelming reactions as I captured it from his post's comments section for your review.Picture for illustrative purpose.
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