The security department has been receiving plenty of scrutiny in recent days. Many people have been complaining about police brutality among other things. With the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta, Interior CS Fred Matiang'i, PS Karanja Kibicho, Police IG Hillary Mutyambai and other powerful leaders, many people expect the department to be streamlined but that has not been the case.
Today, panic and tension have rocked the police department after the President of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi vowed to teach the police officers a lesson when it comes to taking the lives of innocent Kenyans and getting away with the act.
Through his official twitter account, the LSK President who was reacting on the six officers who allegedly killed the two Embu brothers vowed that he won't rest until when Justice will be found.
"Police killers of Benson and Emmanuel Ndwiga finally took plea today. It will not bring back the two gentlemen but it will go a long away to inform police officers that they cannot take innocent lives and get away with it. I propose not to rest until the six are convicted." Tweeted Nelson Havi.
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