Human rights organization has released an annual report of 2020, alleging police killed at least 157 people, and that 10 more people's whereabouts remain unknown.
Missing Voices of Kenya, a group of organizations whose mission is to end enforced disappearances and extrajudicial executions in Kenya, has today released a report, alleging that 157 people were murdered by police in 2020 alone.
More so, the group adds that 10 people went missing after police arrested them.
In a detailed report dubbed "The Brutal Pandemic", the organization highlighted several death cases that are said to have happened in 2020, and which were allegedly triggered or rather caused by the men in blue.
Some of the alleged killed individuals were suspected to be members of a terror group based in Somalia, while others were thugs.
Most of the deaths happened in the country's main cities, Nairobi and Mombasa.
Click here here to read the whole report in its pdf format.
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