• Sat. Oct 31st, 2020

Police have started investigations after two people lost their lives and other injured following a disorder between two rival groups that occurred yesterday at around 4am at Kenol, Murang’a County before Deputy President William Ruto visited the area.

Police Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai in a statement has said Director of Internal Affairs Unit (IAU) and senior Directorate of Criminal Investigations officers to conduct investigations on the incident and later bring criminals book.

He also condemned politicians who are inciting Kenyans to cause conflicts in the country and stated that no one is above the law and the right path should be taken to deal with them.

The rival groups forced police to fire tear gas to see if they can calm the groups outside AIPCA Kenol Church where as the DP was arriving everything was cool but the service was conducted under very heavy police presence.

During the rival several vehicles were damaged after the groups decided to block roads and the main highway to Nyeri remained impassable for hours.

The police boss has promised Kenyans to protect their life and property as he stated that lawlessness will not be tolerated in the country.

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