On the date of 26th September, the residents of Kianjokoma gathered at the church to pray for the news police administration posted in the area to replace the suspended six.
Their bodies were found after three days. There were claims from the suspended officers that they had violated the covid 19 rules.
The new officers in the region got a chance to develop a good relationship with the locals and also developed a good rapport of the death of the two.
The region had faced a lot of rebellion from the locals who were bitter with police brutality over the mwananchi.
During the prayers, the residents showed how ready they were to welcome them to the region by donating them two seats.
The officers also urged the locals to abide by the law and follow orders for them to curb crime in the region.
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