A widow with her daughters in Kitisiru, Nairobi County has claimed that their lives are in danger. The woman said that they are being trailed by strangers who always park unmarked vehicles in their homestead. She claimed that the unknown people started demolishing their perimeter wall after storming into their compound. The widow was busy preparing breakfast when she heard a noise outside. She went outside to check only to find part of the wall had been brought down by an excavator. The woman had been arrested by the police and charged with causing malicious damage and nuisance.
She was accused of breaking the windshield of a car parked by the roadside. She refused the claims because she said the accusations were put on her before reaching where the car was parked. The widow had earlier received an email from her sister-in-law that she should immediately remove the gate that leads to her compound. The OCS ordered them to be thrown into the cell when they reached the station. https://www.facebook.com/NTVKenya/photos/a.80240814057/10158504339034058/?type=3&app=fbl
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