Recently the Kenyans have been complaining for the harrasment from police officers, This come after detectives in Kandara are investigating yet another incident of police misconduct, In which a police officer is reported to have violently robbed a Tuk tuk driver Shilling 1,100.
In an incident booked at Kabati police station in Muranga caunty. The complainant recounted how police man flagged down his his Piaggio Tuk tuk a registration number KTWA 516X, before he Allergedy made a demand of Shilling 2000.
When the driver failed to give the money, The police officer allergedy snatched shilling 300 that the driver was holding in his hand. He also further went ahead and forced his hands into the complainant pocket and robbed him off shilling 800 leaving his trouser torn part.
This distraught the Tuk tuk driver to raised alarm and police officers from Kabati police station led by OCS to rushed into the scene of incident. And that police officer was arrested and placed in custody as Investigation are ongoing with the aim of bringing justice to the Tuk tuk driver.
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