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Tension high in Cyprus after NPR officers shot businessman 3 times killing him for resisting arrest

Tension is high in Cyprus are, in Trans Nzoia County after two National Police Reservists (NPR) shoot businessman three times killing him for resisting arrest.

Nelly Ndiwa told the press that his brother, Emmanuel Ndiwa, a mentally challenged man is sad that has lost his life, accusing the two cops for assaulting the man.

“Even the businessman attacked someone's wife but it is not good for NPR to shot dead a mentally ill man,” Ndiwa said.

Peter Mambo an eyewitness told the press that the constitution do not allow police reservists to use forceful means while in their duties.

The strong businessman was shot three times: on his back, head and his left back before bleeding to death.

Kefa Were, Centre for Restoration of Human Rights and Democracy boss, condemned the shooting incident and called for investigations by IPOA vetting for the two policemen, adding that they have many are pointing accusing a finger over recent killing in the area.

The body of the deceased was transferred to Kitale County Referral Hospital mortuary pending postmortem.

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