Ugly scenes have been witnessed in Kisumu County after the County Askaris dragged a woman on the behind of a moving pickup. The local Kisumu residents can be heard shouting to the County Askaris as the woman is dragged along the tarmack road.
The County Askaris are always tasked with arresting City residents who fail to pay their taxes to the County governments. The video has been shared by popular blogger, Robert Alai in his official tweeter account;
@RobertAlai The County Council askaris and their leadership should be in jail.
Dragging a woman behind a pickup like this is sad. They attempted to do this to me two months ago.
It almost became an ugly scene. Sense prevailed.
Governor @AnyangNyongo must crack whip. This is thuggery!! https://t.co/4DsP4UaZge
Click the link below to watch the video;
The popular blogger has also alleged that Kisumu County Askaris tried to drag him on their pickup but he was saved by local residents. The inhuman act by the Kisumu County officials should be condemned and the Askaris be arrested and prosecuted in the Kenyan Court system.
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