Kenyans on social media have expressed displeased opinions on Monday 4th of October after a Dandora woman who was arrested by police on suspicion that her son's expensive bicycle was stolen property was finally released after spending some days behind bars over the account.
(Photo Courtesy/Millicent Atieno)
According to reports privy to Millicent Atieno's release, it was discovered that the ksh 20,000 mountain bike was a gift to Ian Otieno (Son) from Community worker Ken Odede. The divulgement came after a receipt from Quickmat Supermarket was provided and proved her innocent.
(Photo Courtesy/Quickmat Supermarket receipt)
However, Kenyans seemed not pleased with the arrest account as they ended up spitting fire on social media over the account. Below are few of the comments in screenshots;
@Jb Kapilo~ "This is totally wrong! How can the police arrest someone without even doing some simple inspection like going through the receipt? Very unfair".
@Susan Kanau~ "She should sue the police for defamation".
What is your opinion over this matter? Do you concur with Kenyans opinions that the police should be sued over the matter?
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