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There was a slight moment of commotion, when one of the security officers attached to the no-nonsense cabinet secretary for education, George Magoha, went physical on Kisumu based journalists. The members of the fourth estate had visited a scene where the CS was visiting, perhaps seeking to have some of their burning questions, in regard to the education sector answered.

However, that was not to happen, not without the slight altercation with the heavily built security officers.

The journalists, who witnessed the slight fracas are heard confronting the security officer involved and even pursued him as they condemned his actions. In the video clip, the journalists, whose words are censored, seem to be bashing the officer, for invading the rights of the journalists and touching them on their private parts.

The officer, who seemingly yields to the pressure is seen walking away from the scene, even as his colleagues try to stop the angry journalists, who were charging at him. In the end, both parties come to an agreement and the small commotion is cleared.

From the utterances of the journalists, it appears as though the officers had mistaken the identities of their victims. The supporters of the journalists are heard reminding the officers that the victims of the purported brutality are part and parcel of the press and should not be treated as meant as the security officer was doing.

Source: OperaNews

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