A Police officer who interrupted Karua's rally in Kisii by throwing teargas has been arrested by his colleagues. The officer according to the police was not on duty and it's not yet clear of why he decided to disrupt the rally using a teargas yet he is suppose to be apolitical.
Here is a link: https://nation.africa/kenya/counties/kisii/police-officer-arrested-for-throwing-teargas-at-martha-karua-kisii-rally-3865328
The police officer is said to have thrown a teargas at Karua's podium disrupting the meeting badly. Karua's meeting ended in disarray with officers trying as much as possible to vote situation to no success.
It's not clear of whether the officer will be charged of taking sides in politics to disrupt Karua's meeting using a teargas. It's clear Karua has faced resistance since she started doing politics with most of her events getting disrupted in unclear circumstances.
Hopefully Justice will be served finally so that the police officer can be brought to book. Most people in the meeting got injured a very matter unfortunate matter hence we hope Justice will be served finally and conclusively.
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