Motorists plying the busy Mwiki - Kasarani road had a long evening after police officers from the nearby Kasarani police station started arresting them.
In a video uploaded by Cyprian Nyakundi, a group of police officers were spotted directing motorists into the station.
According to an eyewitness who was also recording the whole ordeal, the officers were arresting Motorists and Bodaboda riders who were still out at some minutes past curfew.
The viral video has elicited mixed reactions as many Kenyans delay along the highways due to heavy traffic along the roads.
Barely three days ago police officers from the same station had a rough day at work after a rogue truck driver rammed into a stalled lorry injuring several of the officers.
Police officers have been accused of using excessive force as they try to enforce the set covid guidelines and regulations.
During the president's last presser, he revised curfew hours for 5 counties that were named as red zoned areas will a high number of Covid-19 confirmed cases.
Many across the internet have expressed some wild reactions, saying this was just uncalled for.
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