"You have a wrong man in there" Kenyans Hint As Thousands Of Bats Terrorize Police Station [VIDEO]
A bizarre spectacle was seen yesterday at Maragua Police Station, after thousands of bats invaded the precinct and have refused to leave. Today, been the second day of the invasion Kenyans online have tried to solve the enigma. The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) deployed officers who's efforts turned futile after the bats failed to leave.
Accident Reported, Two People Confirmed Dead
Reports of accidents have come in from throughout the country's regions. Many innocent Kenyans have been killed or injured in recent accidents, and many more are struggling for their lives in medical facilities across the country. Moreover, police personnel directing traffic have been accused of taking bribes, which has led to an increase in accidents around the country.
Mystery Of Thousands Of Bats Hovering Around Maragua Police Station Leaves Netizens In Stitches
Thousands of bats are reported to have been hovering around the Maragua Police Station for two days now. The incident has left Kenyans on social media talking as some wonder what could be the possible cause or reason for the bats. In a video shared on Facebook through official Citizen TV Kenya page, police officers have been seen trying to shoot at the bats as they shift from one tree to another.
Video: Speculations as Thousands of Bats Invade a Police Station in Muranga County
Police officers stationed at Maragua Police Station in Muranga County are in shock after several bats invaded their station and refused to leave despite KWS officers firing at them and lobbying teargas. According to reports tens of thousands of bats flew into the station and efforts to chase them have proven futile.