A segment of Kenyans found themselves on the wrong side of the law after being caught breaking Covid-19 directives. According to an eye witness, several individuals had gathered next to the shores of lake Nakuru enjoying beer.
The unlucky Kenyans got themselves in trouble after police officers stormed the area to verify what they were up to. As reported by one of the eyewitnesses, police caused tension leading to running battles between the two groups. However, the police managed to arrest fourty individuals who were alleged of breaching the Corona virus laws.
Following the incidence, a segment of Kenyans were not happy with the action the police took. For them, it was unlawful to arrest the individuals having fun at their own time. They also reiterated that those arrested had done no wrong sitting at the shores of lake Nakuru having beer.
Other Kenyans however lauded the police for the great job in ensuring all Covid-19 directives are observed to the latter. They went on to ask the officers to continue with the process of finding those involved in violating the directives. Below is the video link and some comments.
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