Police Officers in Nairobi arw currently trying to control irate residents who have taken to the streets demanding justice after one of their colleagues was murdered by cops.
According to sources, the young man now identified as Rabin Abaki has been shot by cops after he failed to produce a 50 shillings bribe.
Abaki who is a Bodaboda Rider was nabbed by plain clothes cop in the city, after a confrontation, a police officer reportedly shot him dead.
Charles Njagua (Mp) has led the angry youths in protesting.
Currently some streets of Nairobi are impassable as these rogue Bodaboda riders engage cops in serious running battles.
Abuga a well-known Odm blogger has taken yo social media expressing his anger ans shock after learning of his neighbour's death.
"I am a very sad man today. Rabin Aboki, son to my villagemate and friend Patel Aboki has been killed in NAIROBI.
Reasons, he was riding a motorbike to CBD. My village is mourning. Police can't handle people with soberness? I am down. I am crying. @Gideon_Kitheka @DCI_Kenya . https://t.co/ZhtgOOHucz
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