One injured individual from the chaos that erupted from police disruption (Photo Credit: Twitter)
Police officers were given the authority to disperse any public gathering due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but they were not directed to use excessive force nor live bullets.
Today, there was an event for a superbike family in Whistling Morans race track, Naivasha, but it was abruptly stopped after police officers invaded the event and termed it illegal.
According to reliable reports, police officers who were deployed to stop the event used excessive force, live bullets and teargas to end it which was not a proper way to handle Kenyans.
"Reports coming in from a superbike family event in Whistling Morans race track, Naivasha today 26th Sept. Cops came and used live bullets and teargas to end the event. @IPOA_KE needs to reign in on rogue cops." The report stated.
This has been condemned and labeled as the worst way from police officers to deal with innocent and unharmed Kenyans.
Watch the video of the dispersion on the link below:
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