Angry residents have stormed Kagio police station in Kirinyaga County accusing the police officers of harassments for not wearing masks. From a clip shared by Radio Citizen, one police officer could be seen addressing the infuriated residents who were at first listening to him. He was telling them that the government had allowed passenger service vehicles to carry full capacity but they did not lift restrictions on wearing a mask.
The crowd immediately started shouting to the police officer without giving him enough time to address them. From the way the police officer was taking, he humbly requested them to wear mask as a way of preventing spread of Corona virus. They however did not want to listen to him.
The move by the residents is very risky because the government through the Ministry of health clearly indicates that Kenyans should wear masks for their own safety. On the other hand, it looks like the residents did not want to wear mask after the ministry of Health announced that the positivity rates of Corona virus infection has reduced.
They should however keep in mind that Corona virus still exist and be spread among themselves. Meanwhile, share with us on what you think about the residents actions to storm a police station. You can also like this article and follow our page for more updates.
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