Kenyans experienced an online frenzy on the 4th of May 2021 after reports that OCS in charge of Kuresoi police station pulled down the wheelbarrow which had been erected. This is according to the post on social media by Augustine Sang.
The wheelbarrow painted in United democratic alliance colours was erected by the followers of the party 2 days ago. The picture went viral on social media due to the fact that it was erected near a police station exciting members of The United democratic alliance.
The move by the members seems to have not gone well with the officer in charge of the adjacent police station who, according to the reports, instructed his officers to pull down the wheelbarrow.
Members of The United democratic alliance and their leaders have been blaming the police for popping out of their mandate, which is to maintain law and order. They say that the uniformed officers have been using full political undertakings, which is against the spirit of the constitution.
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