Brown Mwangi, a taxi driver OB Number at Hardy Police station photo
Brown Mwangi OB Number and smashed windscreen. FILE

Police officers in Karen, Nairobi are investigating a circumstance under which a youthful woman sprayed bullets on the windscreen of a taxi driver vehicle following a fare payment fight.

Brown Mwangi, a taxi driver who operates under the taxi-app Bolt, said he had ferried the woman to Karen from another city location on Wednesday night.

 Upon arriving at the passenger’s destination, she declined to pay Ksh320 fare, saying her boyfriend would send Mwangi the money via M-Pesa.

In a report filed by Mwangi at Hardy Police Station in Karen, the woman entered into her compound after refusing to pay the fare.

“She left me outside the gate,” said Mwangi in his police report filed under the OB Number 28/25/11/2020.

Mwangi said he rejected to leave the woman’s gate until he got his cash.

While he was waiting outside the suspect’s residence, she purportedly retorted with a gun and sprayed bullets the windscreen of Mwangi’s car.

“She, then, commanded me to leave her house, saying her father was a top lawyer in Nairobi,” said Mwangi.

That is when he left her resident to the Police Station.

The aggrieved driver said Hardy Police Station OCS, Ibrahim Towet, asked him to report back to the station on Thursday, November 26 for further direction on the matter.

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