By Pchirchir Elisha
CALLS to the Jubilee Administration to bring to an end police brutality in the country dominated today’s interdenominational prayers at Bomet IAAF Stadium held for Bomet Governor H.E Isaac Ruto who returned home recently from South Africa after undergoing successful medical treatment.
Speaker after Speaker tore into the Jubilee Government for turning the country into a dictatorial state by introducing country the use of the police force to govern the country against peaceful citizens and their leaders.
Led WIPER leader Kalonzo Musyoka and KANU chairman who is also the Baringo Senator Gideon Moi, the leaders condemned the police for using excessive force by lobbing teargas canister directly on his face occasioning him serious injuries during a Match at Silibwet stadium during a football Match.
Governor Ruto declared that he will not pursue the case against the policeman who lobbed teargas canister directly on his face occasioning him serious injuries. He instead said he has forgiven the policeman who lobbed teargas canister on him him.
Governor Ruto demanded action be taken against senior Government officers who gave the police instructions to use excessive force on him and a number of youths and boda boda operators arrested on the fateful day.
Leaders present at the function included ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Governor’s Jack Ranguma (kisumu), Wycliff Oparanya (kakamega), MPs Zakayo Cheruiyot, Johana Ngeno, John Mbadi, KANU Secretary General Nick Salat among other dignitaries.