Inspector general of Police Mr Hilary Mutyambai. Photo courtesy.
Police Officers have been on spotlight for many reasons this year's. One of the reasons that has Caused mixed reactions is the Alleged killing of civilians while enforcing curfew time. Few months ago, two brothers in Embu County were Allegedly killed by Officers after arresting them during evening curfew time. Their death sparked mixed reactions across the country prompting inspector general of Police to transfer them immediately pending investigation and prosecution. They're still in Court awaiting bail rulling.
Well, according to reports. Another Man died after being arrested by Police Officers. A family in Kangundo is mourning their kin who was found at City mortuary with several injuries on his Hands and also injuries on his private parts. The officers who Arrested him are now claiming that he took acid while in custody. Something that the family is claiming to be false am have asked necessary official to conduct investigation and come up with the real thing that happened.
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