Members of the public are now appealing to the government to take immediate actions against Ole Sereni hotel following recent allegations.
Ole Sereni hotel guards are accused of assaulting a female client at the basement of the hotel in a viral video that is trending on all social media platforms.
The video shows a woman alleged to have been beaten up by a team of security guards at the basement of the Ole Sereni hotel in Nairobi.
A similar incidence happened about a month ago that involved Ndichu brothers at the same hotel.Time has come for everyone to take part in campaigns against gender based violence.
The viral clip at Ole Sereni hotel,is an example of over empowered gender.
"By now Ole Sereni hotel should be closed as the hospitality industry can do well without them.Why should security guards assault a client?" Abuga Makori tweet.
"Ole Sereni security guards should be arrested and charged.Assaulting somebody is a criminal offence" Mwangi Ndichu tweet.
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