The driver of a pick-up that was transporting charcoal, passed on while escaping from cops trying to try not to offer an incentive of KES 3000 close to the Kiri coffee plant along the Kiamutugu-Kianyaga road in Gichugu, Kirinyaga Region.
As per Simon Njoroge, a charcoal seller who endure the mishap, the two were going from Kitui County when they showed up in Kiamutugu en route to Kianyaga and two cops from the Kiamutugu police headquarters halted them and requested KES 3000, to which they protested.
That's what njoroge guaranteed in spite of the fact that they normally give them KES 1000, the two cops who were driving a Probox vehicle were very unfriendly and requested KES 3000.
He claimed that they chose to escape from the officials at an exceptionally high velocity when their vehicle lost control and rolled a few times.
As the police endeavored to eliminate the departed's body, furious Kiamutugu occupants conflicted with them, blaming them for killing the man by chasing after them.
Inhabitants said that they need the two cops from Kiamutugu police headquarters charged as they were the ones who were pursuing the departed over pay-offs.
As local people tossed stones toward them, police from Kiamutugu police headquarters battled fearlessly, driving them to request support from Kianyaga police headquarters utilizing nerve gas to scatter the irate local people.
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