Angry Bomet county MP Joyce Korir has told off police officers for disrupting her function today, taking to her official Facebook account, Joyce said if the officers needed peace they first had to be peaceful.
She told them that she needed no one's orders to visit any part of the county. This is after a clash between her and officers enforcing curfew regulations. The officer tried stopping her empowerment meeting at Konoin. She accused the officer of being used by her political rivals.
"Must I report to you that iI am coming for empowerment program? When we attend funerals and Churches do you question? What is the number per gathering?????, if you need peace be peaceful. Unbwogable," Angry Mrs.Korir said.
The back and forth between them forced the officer to seek back up as the meeting attendees joined the legislator in shutting him down.
President Uhuru reinstated the ban on political functions weeks ago after a surge in coronavirus cases. Other functions were ordered to be not more than 100 people.
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