Social media family ended up in a heated debate on Thursday after a Chief was allegedly caught 'chewing' another man's wife at Kedowa Area in Kericho County.
(Photo Courtesy/Bodaboda Operators in Kedowa Police Station)
According to Citizen Tv's reporter Martin Kosgei who divulged the incident on his social media, a section of angry Bodaboda operators stormed Kedowa Police Station demanding arrest of the said Area Chief who was allegedly caught 'pants down' doing the act with another man's wife.
According to Martin, Londiani Police boss Mr Joseph Muthungi was forced to rush to Kedowa Police Station in a bid to calm the angry Bodaboda operators who were up in arms.
The incident illicited reactions of different kinds from Kenyans having a number of Kenyans suggesting it would be fair if both the Chief and the said woman get arrested. Below are few of the comments;
What is your opinion over this matter? Do you think it would be fair If both the Chief and the woman to be arrested ?
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