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Police Allegedly Beat Famous Kenyan Activist In Nairobi Just Because He Was Recording Them Via Phone

The issue of police brutality is seemingly not going to end anytime soon since everyday we hear cases concerning people being beaten for expressing their minds. Today, a popular Kenyan activist identified as Boniface Mwangi was in town with his barber and some men accompanied by GSU officers approached their shop. The men identified themselves as Kenya Revenue Authority Officers and they wanted to arrest the barber just because he did not have documents showing that his business is legal. Boniface Mwangi asked them to remove their identification cards and show that they are real officers from revenue officers but unfortunately none of them had one. They started arguing and Boniface Mwangi claimed they won't arrest his friend since they have no identification cards. Boniface Mwangi started recording the officers who had already turned violent. When the officers realized that Boniface Mwangi is recording, they told him to hand over his phone. He ran away since they were becoming violent and unfortunately he fall down. The officers were captured brutally beating up Boniface Mwangi asking him what he was planning to do with the videos in his phone.

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