For the past few days, Kenyans have been debating over a number of issues the recent one being how the DCI responded to the Guns Galore Documentary aired by Citizen TV.
However, it's only a week ago where the police in Nairobi County conducted a roadblock that caught up with a large number of Kenyans that sparked a heated reaction in different social media platforms.
History has repeated itself but in a different manner after Kasarani Police Officers are caught on camera few minutes past the stipulated curfew hour forcing motorists into the police station today.
According to the video, the police officers are seen blocking motorists just immediately at the police station and diverting them into the station's compound.
Surprisingly, one of the blocked motorist is caught trying to drive past the road block which the officers are seen flogging the car's windscreen thought the motorists managed to escape.
What is your opinion over this situation? You may aswell watch the full video through the following link;
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