Police Light Bonfires Along Thika Road During Curfew [VIDEO]
Cops lit bonfires along Thika Interstate on Sunday night, April 18, to keep themselves warm as they tried to execute the 8 p.m check in time mandate.
In a video shared by NTV, the officials, driven by Kasarani OCPD Peter Nyaga, can be seen setting up huge fires out and about prepared for the night vigil.
As indicated by the officials, the flames were likewise intended to keep drivers captured for disrupting the time limitation norms warm until 4 a.m.
Nyaga had demanded that drivers who might be found ridiculing check in time rules would go through the night on street.
The police chief, be that as it may, disagreed for certain fundamental administrations suppliers who he guaranteed were mishandling the force gave to them.
“You individuals who are specialist co-ops, On the off chance that you are not locked in working, you are mishandling that advantage. We won’t permit that.
“Just the specialist co-ops working will be permitted to pass. It is time limitation time, it is check in time. On the off chance that you are here, you will remain here till morning,” Nyaga told the drivers.
The noticeably irate official likewise coordinated that cops, who were not working and had been trapped in the skirmish would go through the night out and about actually like different Kenyans.
Nyaga had before on cautioned the drivers that Sunday’s time limit would be more severe noticing that there had been laxity by individuals from people in general in after the Coronavirus control orders.
“Individuals ought to be home by 8 p.m. Those set apart as fundamental specialist co-ops are permitted to pass. However, individuals who are from a drinking binge won’t be permitted.
“We have revealed to them that starting tomorrow, we will be here and they will go through the night out and about till morning,” Nyaga had cautioned.
His conclusions were certified by Nairobi Provincial Chief James Kianda