Detective Jane Mugoh has every reason to feel apologetic; after seeing how Kenyans were roughed up this past weekend during the execution of the curfew time.
As seen on the photos and videos circulating on social media; it appears that the police and GSU had not been briefed on how to handle Kenyans during curfew as they beat most forcing them to rush home.
From what the GSU and police were seen doing is practically what we are being advised not to do in order to minimize or rather stop the spread of the Coronavirus!
Detective Mugo apology
Both men and women were beaten black and blue without the officers caring; however Ms Jane Mugo has come out to apologize on their behalf saying;
On behalf of Nps and private security companies , i apologise to anybody who may have been maimed, yesterday during execution of the curfew. Meanwhile I urge Kenyans to follow the government directives especially especially from President. Deputy president, and cs health mutahi.
HAVE AN OBEDIENT BLESSED WEEK!!!
Mother and friend
Apart from being a private investigator, Jane Mugo also happens to a mother who is not only caring but understanding!
Yes, the police failed to handle the curfew time well but as seen on Mugo’s post; the lady went on to urge Kenyans to remain obedient to the curfew time, rules and regulations set by the government to avoid such from happening again.
Well, let’s say Kenyans now know better!
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