The Death of a traffic Cop who was allegedly killed by the driver he was trying to arrest in Mombasa has caught the attention of Kenyans who raised their concerns on police the safety of traffic officers.
In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the deceased who has been identified as Julius Marwa Succumbed to his injuries at a hospital in Mombasa.
According to the reports given by the police, Marwa attempted to switch off vehicle of suspect who run him over.
Several videos of the suspect have emerged showing the Rogue Officer Confronting drivers. According to the reports given by residents, this was not the first time he had an altercation with a driver.
While reacting to this incident, Kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions on the matter have called upon the National Police Service to look into this incidents in order to avoid Confrontations between the police and motorists.
According to the reports given by most Kenyans, they claimed that it is so unfortunate that the deceased died in such an incident which they claimed, could have been avoided.
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