A man of God in Zambia is currently cooling off his heels in the police station after he was arrested by police officers for disobeying a curfew time.
According to Standard Digital on its Facebook page reported that Bishop Jeremiah Waweru of Church of the Lord Christians of All Nations situated along Thika Road was arrested by police officers for convening a service during curfew time.
Pictures posted by the news outlet shows the moment the police officers scaled the fence of the church and took the pastor away. The pictures were credited to Boniface Okendo of the Standard News.
One of the pictures shows the moment the pastor was hook from his belt and another shows the police officer dragging him away appearing like he was trying to resist the arrest. In another one, he was following the police officers as it appears he was trying to put up a call with his phone.
The news of his arrest as caused reactions on Facebook. What do you think of the way and manner he was arrested and taken away? Couldn't the police have invited him rather than jumping his fence to drag him away?
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