Busia county senator Okiya Omtatah has taken to his Twitter page to condemn the act by the police officers brutality on Kenyan citizens.
According to the human rights activist, he said that there was a police chase that ended up being a a synonymous police brutality.
He claimed that those are senseless killings by the police and the destruction of properties that could be avoided by the security agency. He added Hy urging the relevant authority to investigate the matter and put the culprits into books while also sending a message of condolences to the families and friends of the people killed.
"I would like condemn a police chase in in Nambale earlier today that ended in an incident that would become synonymous with police brutality: the senseless killings and destruction of property could be avoided. I call upon the relevant government authorities to investigate this. My condolences to the families and relatives who have lost their loved ones," he said.
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