Unhappy Joshua Kutuny has blatantly condemned the government over the killings being done by police officers in the name of enforcing Covid 19 protocols. According to the the Cherangany members of Parliament police officers are supposed to enforce curfew rules without using excessive force.The pronouncements by the Jubilee Party's Vice Secretary General comes after the killing of an innocent civilian by armed Police officer for not wearing a mask. This is the second time in less than a week another person has lost life over Covid 19 protocols. Two days ago another young man lost his life after being shot by a police officer in Ruguru Ward after confronting the police officers for mercilessly beating up his dad for flouting curfew rules. The killing also comes a month after the death of two brothers at Kianjokoma in Embu County who died in the hands of police officers. The Legislator promises the family of the slain kenyans that he will follow the case till the end.
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