Passengers arrested for urinating in public during stop-over
Narok County health officials on Wednesday arrested over 40 passengers for allegedly urinating in public along the Narok-Bomet road.
The passengers were reportedly on board a bus on their way to Nairobi from Kisii when their bus stopped in order for passengers to relieve themselves before the health officials arrested them.
They were taken to Narok Police Station and later released under unclear circumstances.
Addressing the press after the incident, Narok County health officer Daniel Sironka condemned the act saying it was against the law for people to urinate in public.
According to Sironka, such kinds of behaviour contribute to the spread of diseases and could lead to environmental pollution.
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