In a video circulating online the police have arrested a group of people who claimed they were government officers from Ol Jorok sub-county Nyandarua county. They stated that they were essential service providers working as works officers in the county government. They were accompanied by a lady who claimed she was a nurse.
The officers caught drank past curfew hours and claimed that they were on their way to Meru. They denied being drunk and claimed that they saw an eatery opened and decided to get some food but they could not find any.
They tried to negotiate with the law enforcers and even but they were all arrested. One of the guys had cleverly hidden under a pool table but was found and arrested with them.
The Covid-19 menace has greatly affected us Kenyans and we should try to adhere to government measures so that we can get rid of it and continue with our businesses as usual.
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