In the recent past, Club owners have been accused of employing inhuman security personnel who end up abusing customers who had come to enjoy themselves and have a good time.
Such a case has been reported in Ruaka where bouncers are accused of killing a young man by the name of Brian Macharia following an altercation.
According to a video that has been doing rounds on the internet, the victim had gotten into an argument with a chef after breaking a cup at wingu bitru nightclub. The chef went outside and collected a bouncer who immediately started roughing him up.
Macharia tried to explain to the bouncer but he continued to assault him. Other bouncers were also seen stopping other revellers from helping him. The bouncers then locked him up in a store located on the sixth floor only for his body to be found the next day lying outside the building.
According to witnesses, Brian was thrown from the sixth floor by unknown people. Three people have been arrested already in relation to the murder.
Here is the video.
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