However, for many years, Samburu has made most of the Kenyans to wonder if indeed it's part of the country following several insidences leading to lose of human lives. This has been majorly due to duffing.
It's now 3 days after another insidence occured which resulted into five hundred and forty one(541) cattle being ruffled. This unlawful act left 6 killed on the sport as they were trying to secure their animals.
The insidence has been persistently occuring and this time round it has surges pressure to most of the Samburu residents who are now left with no option but request the government to intervene.
The act now seems not to be ordinary but instead it seems to be a business following the statement issued by the Samburu Professional Association to the media. They added further that the duffers are alleged to have come from the neighbouring county, Turkana.
Samburu residents are now requesting the Kenyan government in conjunction with the interior security CS Matiang'i to show up by deploying many police officers to curb the situation as cattle rustling has become prone to this area.
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