Directorate of Criminal Investigations are conducting their investigations to arrest the cop who killed a motor rider. The deceased's names are Rabin Ogeto.
Going by the reports; a video has emerged, showing last moments before Rabin met his death along Kirinyaga road in Nairobi CBD. According to the video, the police aimed to kill Rabin despite of him trying to escape.
In the video, a six motor riders are seen arguing with two armed police officers. The alleged reason being, Rabin refused to remove Ksh 50 as bride.
After sometime, one of police officers shoots up with an aim of dispersing the rowdy rider. Shortly after, the police officer can been seen charging towards Rabin, who was running for his life.
Unfortunately, he ended up shooting Rabin on his back before finishing him by shooting him on his head. After that, the police officers turns at riders nearby then assaults them before leaving.
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