As bandits continue causing havoc along Kerio-Valley the manace has spark reactions among several leaders.
Following the recent killing in the region the residents have called upon the government to establish a military camps along the border.
The aggreaved residents further pointed that bandits no longer focuses on cattle theft but their main target is killing innocent residents.
According to Elgeyo-Marakwet Deputy Governor Wesley Rotich claimed that the cattle rustlers are on the revenge missions .
The youthful Deputy Governor noted that the government is capable of eradicating the insecurity caused by bandits by establishing military camps in Kerio-Valley and the other between the boundaries of the bordering counties.
"The government has powers to silence these bandits causing insecurity challenges along the valley the use of methods like the one that was used in Mt Elgon against SLDF will save many lives"said Wesly Rotich.
According to aggreaved residents they alleged that normal life has been affected and they have been forced to fled the region for safety.
These comes when the government have sends contigents of security personnel to Laikipia and their neighbouring counties.
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