Kenya Police Sprayed Bullet On Students For…

Physinews: According to the angry protesters, the police
fired live bullets as they engaged in running
battles for the better part of the morning.
Speaking during Live television interviews at
the demonstration scene, the enraged learners
displayed the live bullets used by the officers
who were dispersing them. It is reported that

security guards manning the institution were
also injured during the scuffle.
Police to be tested for madness.

The MMU students went on a rampage after a
comrade identified as Karen Chepkemoi was
hit by a speeding matatu while she was
crossing the road outside the University gate.

Chepkemoi was seriously injured and rushed
to Sinai Hospital, Rongai, in critical condition
before being transferred to Upperhill Medical
Centre on Monday.

The accident came barely a day after another
student of the University - Cynthia Akoth -
was killed in the horrific Lang'ata road
accident on Sunday.

One of the students was 24 years old
Emmanuel Waswa who has a bullet lodged in
his chest.

"He's now stable ahead of the operation to
remove it," the medic, who sought anonymity,

Those rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital
have serious bullet wounds on their legs.

"In both cases, one of their legs had been
fractured by the bullet, "the medic said.

At some point, police pursued the students
inside the institutions until the University
administration intervened and urged them to

A senior officer present during the
demonstration when asked why police used
live bullets against students only said: "We
have no such report. Let them report to us."

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