Experts from the Africa CDC has issued worrying news to Kenya concerning the Covid-19 pandemic. The experts have warned that Kenya is staring at the worst concerning the Covid-19 pandemic adding that the country is staring at two more waves of the pandemic. The experts predicts that Kenya will continue facing worse situations for tentatively next 24 months.
Details have been revealed that the man who was allegedly beaten to death by police officers in Kayole has made a call to his wife before he succumbed. Reports by the Standard digital have indicated that the John Kiiru called his wife Esther Wanjiru at around12:30AM on Thursday informing her that some police officers had brutally attacked him.
The mysterious death of John Kiiru, a Middle-aged man from Kayole who was found dead hours after being arrested by police officers for flouting curfew rules has taken a twist after the release of his postmortem results. Photo:Courtesy In an incident that happened several days ago, the deceased was found dead in one of the streets around Kayole by one of the locals who immediately alerted other residents.
According to the sources Kenyans have been protesting against the police brutality over quite long time. However, the Citizens have been raising alarms to cabinet secretary of interior security, Fred Matiang'i to curb the police mistreatments in Kenya. Meanwhile, since the announcement of mysterious death of Embu brothers who died on hands of police officers there have been raising incidents of police brutality in Kenya.
Blogger Cyprian Nyakundi on Thursday 19th August shamed Mucisian Khaligraph Jones after he remained silent despite the protest that were ongoing in Kayole, a place he (Khaligraph) hails from. Youths in Kayole took to the streets to protest against police brutality that is being practiced during curfew hours.
The murder incident of a man identified as John Kiiru in Kayole resulted to violence and demonstrations as rowdy protestors clashed with police who were trying to calm the situation. The incident however left a number of people injured. During the incident, thugs took advantage and begun breaking into people's businesses and stole stock belonging to Kayole traders.
Thursday, August 19th has not been a usual day in Kayole.This is because residents took to the streets in efforts to demand for justice after one of their one was brutally murdered by the cops on Wednesday night. The name of the deceased local is John Kiiru and he was thirty eight years old.According to the residents, Kiiru was beaten up by the police officers and what led to his death was the wounds that were inflicted on him.
Fights shook Kayole in Nairobi on Thursday morning after cops on the lookout supposedly killed a 38-year-elderly person on Wednesday night. John Kiiru was supposedly pummeled to death for disregarding the 10pm-4am check in time. Kiiru had hailed a boda home when cops cornered and assaulted him at Tushauriane Stage.
Kenyan government Pathologist Johansen Oduor has finally revealed what killed a middle age man from Kayole who was found dead hours after being arrested by the police. Photo:Courtesy Several days ago, the deceased who has been identified as John Kiiru was found dead in the morning by residents from Kayole who immediately launched demonstrations in the region wanting to know what happened to him.
Kayole Is Burning After Police Allegedly Killed a Man For Violating Curfew Rules Protests rocked Kayole estate in Nairobi on Thursday morning after police allegedly killed a man on Wednesday night. The angry residents took to the streets to protest the killing, barricading roads, and lighting bonfires.
LSK (Law Society of Kenya) President Nelson Havi has joined the rest of Kenyans in protesting against the escalating police brutality cases that have lately claimed several innocent Kenyan lives. For the better part of Thursday, thousands of bitter residents from Kayole including the youth, women and men, led peaceful demonstrations following the heinous murder of a local bodaboda operator.
Thursday morning, the Kayole protests rocked the city after the alleged killing of a 38-year-old man on Wednesday night by police officers on patrol. John Kiiru was killed for violating the curfew from 10:00-4:00 pm. A police officer cornered him at Tushauriane Stage as Kiiru hailed his Boda Boda home.
IPOA chairperson, Anne Makori, has released an official press release declaring the launch of an investigation, following the death of 38 year old man allegedly caused by police officers in Kayole. The investigation is aimed at establishing whether the death falls within the authority’s mandate of holding police accountable and whether or not the deceased succumbed to injuries supposedly caused by the officers.
image: COURTESY As a result of police brutality, the number of innocent civilians killed has risen over time. Incidences of police killing individuals in the name of violating curfew laws have dominated the news for the past few days. Kenyans are protesting against police violence on social media, just hours after another man was shot and killed by police officers in Kayole.
Kayole residents on early Thursday August 19th, morning, started protests while accusing police on patrol on Wednesday night for killing a 38-year-old man for flouting covid-19 containment measures. The man identified as John Kiiru, had hailed a boda-boda and is said to have been cornered and attacked by police officers, the boda-boda rider however managed to escape.
Following the act increased on curfew hours, a 38-year-old John Kiiru was caught by the time yesterday and he was accidently gotten by a police officer on patrol who beaten him up to death. Kiiru had hailed a boda boda home when he was cornered and attacked by police personnel at Tushauriane Stage.
Residents of Kayole, Nairobi on Thursday August 19, 2021 staged protests while accusing police of killing a man who flouted Covid-19 containment measures. The deceased, identified as John Kiiru, 38, is believed to have died on Wednesday evening after being beaten for breaking the dawn-to-dusk curfew.
After a unrest was witnessed in Embu town after six police officers were accused of involved in the death of two brothers, another this Thursday morning has been seen in Nairobi, Kayole Estate where members seem to angry with the law enforcers. Kayole Is Burning After Police Allegedly Killed a Man For Violating Curfew Rules (videos)
Kayole residents protests on Thursday morning after a 38 year old man was beaten by police officers to death on Wednesday night. A Man by the name John Kiiru was beaten to death for flouting the 10pm-4am curfew protocols. John was said to have been on a bodaboda ride going home when the police blocked him beat him to death.
A police officer is currently nursing serious injuries after he was beaten by angry Kayole residents who took to streets this morning following the murder of John Kiiru by security officers for violeting curfew rules. The officer was trying to stop the protesters from creating chaos in the area and pick away the body of the deceased.