Women who do business around Gatung'ang'a Town, Mathira Constituency in Nyeri County have raised complaints against police officers who raid their market area and forcefully slept with them. The complaints come after a group of men in blue raided the buying market on 25th September 2021, the women claim that the officers force them to close their business at 7:00 which is a way far from the curfew hours.
Protesting today inside the busy town, the businesswomen were so irate that the scenario left one of them with a gunshot injury. After the ugly incident, Rigathi Gachagua, the area MP questioned the government on how silent they are yet the members of his Constituency are suffering under the arms of the men who should maintain law and order. During the incident, a man was shot by the same police officers after he told them not to assault his father, he is currently receiving medication at Katarina hospital.
The area MP also said that apart from the police officers forcing themselves into the innocent women, they also demand money from them and other business people.
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