Cabinet secretary for interior Dr.Fred Matiang'i has declared a tough moments to the Warring communities of elgeyo Marakwet to surrender in 7 days time before deployment of soldiers.He urged them to stop the habit and surrender before the Seven days.
This continued war among the residents has led to death of 11 people, several people injured and a number of animals taken away.This on going behaviours give the residents sleepless nights because they are not sure of who is next in line.
Alot of damages have been caused in the region over cattle rustling despite the government having declared a shoot to death order.The attackers are continuing to take away the lives of people, stealing away valuables and in the process leaving most of them homeless.
Following this ongoing ill motives among the people of elgeyo Marakwet,the interior Cs Matiang'i has called upon the attackers to surrender before something bad happens.He has given them a maximum number of 7 days to stop the before the highly drained Kenya forces are deployed in the region.
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