The Kenyan police officers have been on the spotlight for brutalities against the citizens.Most of the citizens have however complained but no quick actions have been taken against some police officers.Some unexpected and unexplained deaths have occurred leaving the relatives in dilemma.
This week has seen the police hit the headlines for the wrong deeds once more.Two Embu brothers died under unclear circumstances in the hands of police.An earlier police report indicated that the two boys jumped out of a moving police vehicle.However,the autopsy that was done by three different pathologists;Dr Martha Mwangi who represented the family,Dr Ndegwa who represented the Independent Medico- Legal Unit and Dr Doris Namu who represented Embu Hospital revealed a different thing altogether about being hit by blunt object.
The family had disputed the earlier reports by the police officers.Inorder to take a quick action on the follow up of the deaths,the Kithangari OCS and Embu North OCPD have been caught unaware by their transfers ordered by Deputy Inspector General of Police.Hopefully,the culprits will be brought to books.
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