The Kisumu based police have allegedly been accused by the netizens for harshly dragging a woman within the Kisumu city after they found her hawking groceries in the outskirts of the city.
According to the video that was shared by a Facebook user identified as Professor Ochieng Odongo, the Kisumu City police (Kanjo) ambushed a woman who was trying to make her life ends meet by walking around the city selling her groceries, tied her on their pickup car and started dragging her as away of punishment.
The bodaboda riders who were around tried to intervene by the police evaporated in the thin air as the helpless woman cried in agony and pain.
People who hail from Kisumu city have for umpteenth times raised complains over the rogue police officers who have the tendency of harassing hustlers and small scale business people who always struggle to put a meal on the table.
"Someone confirm if this type of murder is being committed by Kisumu county ASKARIS as alleged" Profesa Ochieng Odongo wrote.
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