Police have intensified their search to bring the culprits who were captured on camera assaulting a female driver on the Valley Road, an incident that sparked public outrage with angry Kenyans demanding for arrest and prosecution of the rogue Bodaboda drivers.
Speaking yesterday at a TV interview, Police Spokesman Bruno Shioso revealed that 32 suspects have already been arrested in connection to the sad incident and 5 motorbikes impounded.
A video has emerged of what now the police are doing as the crackdown on bodaboda operators intensify in the city.
A video released by a reliable source of information, watched by this writer and shared via ma3route shows that the police are now going overboard to enforce the arrest of suspected bodaboda operators.
The assault incident happened on Valley Road but a contingent of police officers were captured arresting Bodaboda operators on Ngong Road sparking reactions on what Ngong Road Bodaboda operators have to do with an incident in Valley Road.
You can watch the video in the link below;
It is my appeal to the law enforcement officers to be transparent and follow the due process in their investigation to arrest these criminals.
Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans;
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