A family from Garrisaa has called upon the director of public prosecution, Noordin Hajji to look into an incident that happened a few days ago after a man is reported to have been shot by a Kenyan Defense Forces soldier in unclear circumstances.
In a report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the deceased was allegedly killed by a propelled grenade that had been aimed at suspected Alshabaab members who had just fled from kenyan into Somalia after carrying out an attack.
According to the reports given by one of the family members of the deceased, they claimed that the deceased had gone to graze their Cattles on the neighboring side of their village before he was allegedly killed by a grenade that had been launched by the KDFs.
"We had sent him to graze over our land and was looking after our cattles before he was killed by a rocket propelled grenade that had been fired by one of the Kenyan Defense Forces soldier who was allegedly aiming at several Alshabaab members who had just fled from kenya into Somalia after attacking a Kenyan citizen in this region. We need justice for our child", a relative said.
This is happening at the same time when the government through the interior Cabinet secretary, Dr Fred Matiangi has revealed that they have already deployed a number of KDFs in Laikipia and Baringo in order to deal with the increasing rate of crime in the region.
In his latest remarks, the interior Cabinet secretary, Dr Fred Matiangi said that they are going to deal with the increasing rate of insecurity in the Northern part of Kenya once and for all in order to reduce the ongoing tension between clans in these regions.
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