Taking to their Facebook page, a credible source Citizen TV reported that, one suspect was killed and 10 others arrested after they attacked police convoy to free accomplices.
According to Citizen TV, the police convoy consisted of DCI detectives and CIPU officers who were leaving from Chwele police station heading to Kisumu.
When Citizen shared the news, Kenyans reacted as shown from the screenshot below,
@Nonny Nyar, "Shida ya kuwatch movies mingi 😂😂😂"
@Victor Okumu, "So they thought that they could do it alone without Jason Statham!!"
@Peter Kakedi, "Aallllrright! Maridadi pozi kabisa,taito la hili sinema ni....the rescue mission part 1 tunakuja kupata wanakijiji walio apa na kwamba eti wata kabidhiana na wanapolisi area zenyewe hizi, makosaa! Wakakutana na Wana polisi kutoka Bangkok Thailand ikawa ni kitanzi shasha alaaaa! Wololo yayee ,vavarai mtaumia nani."
@Musamsli KE, "So... People are getting influenced by movies they watch... Some things are better when just in movies... Not in actual situations"
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