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Video of Chief Pleading With Locals Stirs Hearts [VIDEO]
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|Video of Chief Pleading With Locals Stirs Hearts [VIDEO] by Kenyans247(1): Mon 13, April, 2020 08:57am|
A video that surfaced online on Sunday, April 12, showing an area chief pleading with locals to go home close to curfew hours has stirred hearts at a time when some administration officials have been seen using barbaric tactics to exert authority.
Embulbul Assistant Chief Daniel Mutangili is seen pleading with locals while blowing his whistle in the most friendly manner to have them closer their shops early enough and go home on time before the curfew hours.
Makena Itheka on Facebook commended the chief while castigating Kenyans for their lack of situation awareness, ''God job but sad that Kenyans still have to be policed and always reminded to do the right thing."
Wellington Mulli appreciated Mutanguli's politeness and servant leadership, saying that people obey such persons, ''He is using a very polite and friendly way to communicate the message, not force. People will always obey such a leader.''
This comes in the wake of an online photo that has angered Kenyans where an administrative official in Turbo Constituency was pictured pouring chang'aa on an elderly poor lady as a way of teaching her lesson in regards to government directive against hawking consumables.
While commenting on the incident popular city lawyer Nelson Havi said that such incidents of social injustices are what will stir Kenyans' anger for a revolution.
''Don’t worry, soon enough the people will get tired of this nonsense and renegotiate the social contract. All they need is more of this oppression for them to reach their tare weight. Let the oppressor continue loading the weight.''
Some law enforcement officers have been condemned for using excessive force on citizens, with some acts resulting in deaths and severe injuries.
Mombasa Police Commander Rashid Yakub hands a woman and her daughter face masks as they wait for the ferry to arrive in Likoni on Monday, March 31, 2020.
Mombasa Police Commander Rashid Yakub hands a woman and her daughter face masks as they wait for the ferry to arrive in Likoni on Monday, March 31, 2020.TWITTER
So far 15 people have died as a result of enforcement of curfew orders by the police with human rights groups calling on the president to have the rogue cops arrested and interdicted.
Mutangili now joins a few of his equals who have shown the humane side of government officials during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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