Police brutality is threatening the lives of innocent Kenyans, activist Boniface Mwangi is nursing injuries after receiving a painful beating from GSU police officers in Pension Towers business centre. IPOA gave a hopeful response as the investigation commences.(photo: courtesy)
Boniface Mwangi is among the citizens who were at Pension Towers business centre when the police officers raided the building to arrest suspects.
The renowned activist raised their voice over the police actions; in addition, he recorded them on Camera while they performed their duties.(photo: police brutality courtesy)
Unfortunately, when the GSU officers realized that Mwangi was capturing them on video, they jumped to him aiming to take the phone.
However, the activist refused and ran away with the gadget only for the officers to chase him. He unfortunately fell, the officers beat him leaving the vocal Mwangi with minor injuries on her leg.
"Because l recorded them, the GSU officers wanted to take my phone, I refused and in my attempt to run away, I fell. They caught up with me and beat me up. Even after the beating l didn’t hand over my phone," he wrote.
IPOA responded to the police brutality that happened to Boniface Mwangi by giving out their toll-free number to the public.
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