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There was almost a fist-fight between a Kisumu policeman and officers from the National Youth Service (NYS) in-charge of security at the Kisumu International Airport on Saturday morning.

This was after the policeman drove one his bosses to catch a morning flight, ending up parking at a non-designated area of the airport with no clear intentions.

Officers from the NYS were forced to clamp the car after it was confirmed to have been parked on a pavement, something the policeman didn’t take lightly, leading to a heavy confrontation.

It took the intervention of onlookers who included taxi drivers and airport employees to calm down the mayhem and ask the policeman to be responsible for his action.


Overwhelmed by the bulging crowd, the policeman parted with KES 4,000 fine to have the vehicle unclamped before driving off.

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