Reports emerging indicates that a father of a child who was spotted driving a vehicle has been arrested and tommorow he will be charged. It's revealed that Ayub Kinyanjui was arrested for permitting a minor without a driving license to drive his vehicle.
"Ayub Kinyanjui, whose 7-years old son was recorded driving Toyota Prado TX has been arrested in Gatanga. He will be charged with permitting a person who is not a holder of valid driving license to drive his motor vehicle," posted Mkenya news.This has sparked different reactions from Netizens with majority claiming that it's not fair to arrest the father for allowing his child to drive saying maybe it was a way of enjoying their leisure.
"Poor leadership, how can you arrest someone teaching his child on how to drive?" asked one of the Netizens.￼￼ Check some of their reactions below.
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