Police…When everyone hears this name he thinks of how secure he or she is and feels more safe,but i think some of them don’t deserve tis title,they don’t deserve to be in that force. Their work is to serve and protect but do they really do that?
There have been a lot of cases where a police officer have gone an extrea mile in the name of serving and protecting the people maybe because of the pride that comes with the title or maybe the officer isn’t mentally fit to handle situations and some of them according to my opinion they maybe enjoying harassing people more than serving people.
Recently in my community we’ve heard heart breaking moments where boys of my age and even younger than me approximately from age 16 – 39 getting killed or beaten up to the point of being admitted to hospital. I can’t really tell if all of them deserved it but most of them I’m very sure they did not.
Most of them were at the wrong place at the wrong time. Try to imagine a kid less than 18 years who is still under the care of his father and mother according to kenyan low getting killed without the involvement of proper investigations and the case just subsides under water. It’s so painful for the family.
There’s a story that broke out in kenya recently where two kids from a family were caught by the police past curfew how only to be found in the morning dumped in the bushes with bruises.The bodies were taken to the mortuary and postmortem was done and truely it came to light that the boys ( R.I.P to them) had been beaten up. The family family seeked for a lawyer and they went to the police to seek for answers.
The police denied to having arrested the two boys as they said contrary to the witness statements. After a period of time with investigations still running the police admitted to having arrested the boys saying they were high on drugs but they ran away before getting to the station followed by prove provided by the officer incharge which was the registration book.
This incident shocked a lot of Kenyans and the family members wondering how two boys managed to escape from the police vehicle and be found dead in the morning. We’re still in deep darkness and still there is no response from the kenya police.
This is darkness. Police brutality is a darkness and our cries to the government has fallen to deaf ears. Here we are alone again,we can’t get out of this hole i mean, it’s like the walls are closing in, we can’t help ourselves even the people incharge no one can, feel like this curtains are closing and we have no one to open them cause we all know who the odds will favour.
The truth is that not all of them are bad and that’s a fact but some of them are even harassing our moms and dads let alone our brothers,siters and sons and the painful part is that we’re so oppressed that we can’t act, cause what they’ve done is they have instilled fear in all of us,what an ass they are?😈 demons,this is no fiction. To all there in the force and incharges stop police brutality. We’ve lost so many people to this act of insanity, we are all a family.