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Sagana residents protest police laxity to retrieve a body

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There is a heavy traffic snarl-up on Muranga-Sagana road following protest by the public over police laxity to retrieve the body of a bodaboda operator.

The bodaboda operator is said to have fallen into the blocked River Sagana on Saturday and no efforts from the police to retrieve his body have been reported.

“Heavy traffic snarl-up on Muranga-Sagana road at River Sagana Bridge as public block it to protest the delay by the police to retrieve the body of a bodaboda rider alleged to have fallen into the river on Saturday night.”

Tuktuk set ablaze by an angry mob

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Elsewhere, a tuk-tuk was set ablaze on Sunday morning after it was involved in an accident with a bodaboda operator near Athena Catholic Church.

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The driver of the tuk-tuk run for his dear life after an angry mob threatened to lynch him.

Sagana residents protest police laxity to retrieve a body

“This tuktuk is said to have been set ablaze last night by bodaboda riders following some disagreement after it collided with a bike near Athena Catholic Church. Its driver had to run for his dear life after they threatened to lynch him.”

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.

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