Kisumu Head of Inspectorate resigns after County askaris recorded assaulting a hawker

This act is against the rules of natural justice- Lugusa

Kisumu Head of Inspectorate Willy Lugusa at a past incident

Kisumu Head of Inspectorate Willy Lugusa has resigned after his officers were seen dragging a hawker on tarmac in a speeding vehicle.

Lugusa, who condemned the act as ‘unacceptable’, has expressed his ‘regret and apology to the people of Kisumu’. He has taken responsibility for the acts committed by the officers.

The County askaris were captured on video dragging Beatrice Atieno through the streets of Kisumu.

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