Police manning Roadblocks at Mtwapa. FILE
Police manning Roadblocks at Mtwapa. FILE

Kilifi residents in fear of the naval virus outbreak in the rural areas after rogue Police officers manning roadblocks at Mwakirunge, Shanzu and Changamwe allow bodaboda riders and Probox drivers to pass from Jomvu to Mazeras, Mwakirunge to Rabai and Nguuni to Mtwapa with customers after receiving bribes.

Charcoal vendors have continued with their business from Kilifi to Mombasa through Mwakirunge where Police officers are being bribed and allowed the vendors to pass to Mombasa.

Kilifi residents want Coast regional Police commander Rashid Yakub to investigate the Police officers who allow people to cross to the county saying its endangering their lives in the rural areas.

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" There businessmen who continue with their work as usual. They transport Charcoal from Kilifi to Mombasa, others transport local wine Mnazi to Mombasa weekly, " Karisa Tsofa from Dungicha, Ganze constituency resident said.

" From Mombasa, they use the Mwakirunge road to Bondora at Kaloleni connect to Mavueni and other parts of Kilifi. The locked-down is useless, people are just bribing police and pass. So it has become a cash cow to the rogue Police officers, " he added.

The government issued 21 days to control the spread of the naval virus. The state locked the counties of Kilifi, Kwale, Mombasa and Nairobi.

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