A section of drunkards in Bonchari, Kisii county were allegedly forced to scamper for their safety through the bar rooftop after the police officers ambushed them taking alcohol in a closed door bar.
According to the information shared by the self proclaimed Bonchari activist Samuel Onkundi, a section of the youths were red handedly spotted imbibing alcohol in one of the famous bar joint in Bonchari constituency where they were allegedly celebrating their intimate support to one of the Bonchari MP aspirant in the upcoming by-election.
"The Nyanchwa throat cleansing activity thwarted by law enforcement multi agency agents after it leaked that one Nyanchwa regular visitor who is also a contestant in Bonchari was in a closed of brothel quenching his loin. Photo courtesy of the eagle" Samuel Onkundi wrote in BONCHARI SOCIAL, ECONOMIC FORUM Facebook group.
In the photo, the some drunkards are seen struggling to make their way out of the brothel while scampering through the rooftop as others quickly jumped out falling on the ground with a thud.
The police officers have been on the alert to enforce the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta's directive to close clubs and bars in the efforts to curb the spread of the global pandemic of COVID-19 in the country.
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