As per the law of some business organizations, any armed man is not recommended to enter a bar with an amred gun while the bouncers are armed with pistons and rungus. The big mistake Ms. Laura Kwasira made was not giving rules to her customers. And that is why the officers find it easy to short the bouncers bouncers barmaids together with bar owners after DRNKs bill hit Ksh 13000. The family is now in a sombre mood over the death of their beloved daughter, who died from gunshot wounds.
The deceased, Laura Kwasira, has been moved to the mortuary for a postmortem. Detectives are investigating the matter, and the officer is on target. So far, among those who were shot by the officer, two have passed away.
Rift Valley Provincial General Hospital medical superintendent, James Waweru, said the gunshot wounds had caused extensive damage to Kwasira, adding that efforts to save her life were futile. A barmaid, Ann Maina, was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital, while two bouncers (private security guards) are still admitted to the hospital with bullets lodged in their bodies.
The sad news will now awaken the minds of many Kenyans to give rules in their business states for live safety since most people drink but fail to pay the bills, so they take advantage of the wepaksm they have against the armless.