The recent behavior of police officers when it comes to handling their firearms has really been questioned by a majority of Kenyans.
This is because of the numerous cases of careless shooting from officers that have many times hit the headlines.
Today the 16th of March 2020, police from Njoro have surfaced in the limelight for allegedly shooting an unarmed man who had engaged in a home quarrel with his wife.
According to standard digital, the man had confiscated the phone of his wife whom he suspected of cheating. The wife, however, proceeded to report him to the police for that incident.
It is claimed that four people, one being in the official police uniform approached the 25-year-old Vincent Ng’ang’a at his working place before they confronted him in a deadly manner.
Vincent who is a bodaboda rider decided to flee the scene. The uniformed officer then fired shots at him four times nearly killing him.
Mr. Vincent is currently admitted to Nakuru level 5 Hospital nursing with serious injuries. An investigation into this matter has already been launched.
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