After the outbreak of Corona virus pandemic early last year, the government of Kenya has been putting on rules and measures to protect the public and reduce the rate at which the virus could be spreading among Kenyans.
Among the implementations that we have been seeing the government of Kenya done to curb this issue of the virus spreading, is where the curfews were introduced and the public was advised to put on face masks regularly since the virus was considered airborne.
Kenyans have been observing these rules over the time now. The police officers on the other hand have been witnessed enforcing these rules among Kenyans.
Today a video clip has been shared online by Nairobi Gossip Club showing a man who was being harassed by the police officer over the wearing of the mask. According to the victim, he is heard saying that he was buying the mask before the police call approach him. According to the guy he says that the police have been having this tendency of arresting people carelessly and taking advantage of it.photo courtesy.
This is actually a very bad and the police needs to be stopped doing careless arrests to innocent Kenyans.
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