A video of a woman being dragged on tarmac by a pickup is trending online.
The woman is said to be a hawker in Kisumu town and was being dragged by county askaris over illegal hawking.
In the video bodaboda operators and passer-byes are heard lamenting that the woman will die.
"Ai wewe jamani mtaua huyo mama," a voice is heard saying as the pick-up passes with a high speed.
When the vehicle stopped the woman's clothes were torn as she tried to salvage her remaining things from the car.
The video has elicited mixed reactions on Facebook with people questioning what crime has the woman committed to be given such a punishment.
Here are some of the comments from people on facebook.
"Seriously kindly all leaders in kisumu work on that askari na sitafadhali ni lazima," Jackline Mary.
"Aiiiii?!!!Nooooooo government must act," wrote one John Maithya.
Before anything else that car shud have been reduced to ashes then from Thea justice for that woman,"said Mpenda Amani.
"The big question is was the driver aware that there was a woman being dragged by the moving vehicle? "Wrote David Gachuhi.
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