BBC reported thatKenyan police have killed three people when a crowd of motorcycle taxi drivers protested against the arrest of a colleague for ignoring coronavirus restrictions.
Police shot at the crowd in the western city of Lessos after clashes, a police statement said.
The police have ordered the arrest of the officers involved.
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How did the shooting happen?
A cobbler reportedly tried to intervene when police were harassing a motorbike taxi driver for not wearing a mask, reports the Standard newspaper.
The Daily Nation newspaper adds that the police were arguing over a bribe of 50 Kenyan shillings ($0.50; £0.40).
The police then shot dead the cobbler, named as 40-year-old Lazarus Kirop.