Residents at Kimilili in Bungoma county were shocked following an ugly incident this evening where a police vehicle lost control killing a woman selling vegetables and injured others at Kimilili town, opposite Shell Petrol station.
Different leaders have called upon the DCI to take stern action against officers involved including the reckless driver. They have warned that failure to that will lead to mass demonstration tomorrow morning against the police officers.
"I am hurt that we have just lost a life in the most reckless manner. I appeal to the DCI to take stern action against those responsible." A parliamentary hopeful in Kimilili constitutiency Wakili Bryan Khaemba was quoted.
Gunshots and running battles between the police and residents was witnessed as the residents protested against wreckless driving by the police which led to loss of life.
The Kimilili OCS in his response has assured the residents that the law will follow it's course and justice will be served affirming that the officers will be surcharged according to the law if the police investigation find them guilty.
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