Details emerging this afternoon reveals that the residents of Kisii are in sorry mood after a police officer guarding a bank shoots colleague and a private security guard in Kisii. From the preliminary reports it reveals that, the officer undergoing treatment at Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital was guarding a Cooperative Bank branch in Kisii town
"Police officer guarding a bank shoots colleague and a private security guard in Kisii." ~ Lemiso Sato Emmanuel.
Following this, the security officers have chipped in and launched an investigation into the matter to find what has led to the fighting as they asked the residents to remain calm as the investigation process is ongoing.
Further, this incident has raised concern to Kenyans online who have reacted towards the matter as killing incidents have been rampant in Kisii county.
Below are some of their reactions;
"Kisii should be banned na kila mtu aende na sehemu yake." ~ Koryle Abbie.
"Aii kisii should be fenced and hived off to Mongolia." ~ Kipngenoh Tannitoh Tanui.
"Kisii should be disbanded and everyone to go home at this rate." ~ Gallian Tesot.
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