(Screenshots/ Video/ Mp Arama drama with police officer)
According to the video, the Nakuru West Legislator is seen lashing out at Police officers whom he(Arama) allegedly blames for crossing his constituency's boundary without his consent.
(Screenshot Courtesy/Mutembei TV)
"Why are you entering my Constituency and disturbing my people in the name of patroling? I want you to leave this place immediately or me and my people do the worst" says Arama in Swahili in the viral video.
The video sparked reactions of different kinds from Kenyans having a number of Kenyans applauding the Mp while others shared different opinions over the matter taking into consideration police officers have been the talk of the nation in last few days. Below are few of the comments in screenshots;
@Jb Kapilo~ "Wow!!! We need people like Arama. Imagine chasing away police officers is not a simple task. This are the kind of leaders we want".
What is your opinion over this matter? Do you think Mp Arama did the right thing by chasing away the police officers whom aren't from his constituency? You may watch the full video through the link below;
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