Cases of police brutality in Kenya have been making headlines in our country Kenya more especially from the year 2020.Human rights defenders and even political leaders have been condemning the extra-judicial killings but unfortunately they never seem to cease.
Today in the afternoon hours, a young man who was a motorbike rider was allegedly shot by a police officer after being nabbed.The young man by the name Rabin Patel Abaki allegedly refused to bribe a cop and in turn, the man in blue decided to take law into his hands.The incident took place in Kamukunji, Nairobi County.
Photo courtesy: Late Patel (In Black).
Irate residents of Kamukunji Constituency led by Starehe Member of Parliament, Hon Charles Njagua took to the streets after the incident and demanded for justice to be served.
The brother to the deceased, Clifford Moseme also took to his Twitter account and shared information on the loss of his beloved brother.
Kenyans sympathized with him by sending messages of condolences.Here were some of the reactions:
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