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Dark Days As Police Shoot Kenyans Protesting A Mungiki Meeting

Dark Days As Police Shoot Kenyans Protesting A Mungiki Meeting

In one of the darkest moments in the history of the Kenya police force, police officers turned the muzzles of their guns to the residents of Lucky Summer and shot at them while they were protesting the ongoing meeting of the outlawed Mungiki sect.
The same people who the police were supposed to arrest and disperse were now being protected from the very people that they were planning to harm.
Residents of Lucky Summer became suspicious of the meeting when they discovered that not a single woman was in attendance and activities that could be only be deemed ritual like seemed to be going on.
The meeting, which attendees said was a prayer meeting, consisted of slaughtering of goats and smearing of blood.
Tensions are high in the country and many citizens have expressed their fears that politicians might turn to outlawed sects to achieve their objectives.
Internal Security cabinet secretary was caught on camera saying he will instruct his officers to look away when members of Chinkororo decide to slap those trying to prevent others from voting. Kenyans have also reported activities by Mungiki in their estates and during demonstrations.
Groups like Mungiki and Chinkororo are known to use excessive force when carrying out activities that fund their organizations. They amputate and maim individuals that refuse to follow their orders and are some of the most trigger happy people in this continent.

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