Demonstrations have erupted in Kianjokoma Market after a hit-and-run incident involving a police vehicle and a boda boda rider.
According to area residents the police vehicle hit a boda boda rider at Kianjokoma market before fleeing away.
The riders who went to report the incident at Kianjokoma police station were chased away by the officers leading to serious uproar.
This worrying incident comes at the back drop an ongoing court case against the same Kianjokoma cops after a bizarre murder of two brothers.
The Kianjokoma cops have been on the spotlight after the macabre Killings that left kenyans shocked.
Several cops were arrested and later charged with murder of the two innocent young men.
Lately, the number of extra Judicial killings amongst coos has increased to a worrying trend with questions raised as to what could be happening in the society.
Nevertheless, the independent police Oversight Authority (IPOA) has been working round the clock to ensure that all these cops are brought to book for their wrong doings.
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