Following the latest attacks in Ol Moran Ward in Laikipia, Kenyans have been horrified once more. After being ambushed by bandits yesterday while attempting to deter wild animals from grazing on their farm crops, one man is recovering at Nyahururu Hospital from bullet wounds.
Another victim was reportedly attacked by bandits in the morning at Rumuruti today. The incidents have caused citizens to have doubts about the security officials dispatched by the government.
The herdsmen grazed on people's farms today in the afternoon, according to reports.Crops have been destroyed indiscriminately, causing villagers to lose faith in the government soldiers.
Despite the presence of KDF soldiers in the area, villagers claim that the bandits are herded in the woodlands at night, listening to loud music. According to reports, the army have concentrated solely on restoring peace in a few areas in Ol Moran district, particularly near the towns. They urge to the military to ensure that everyone on the ward is safe. Please share your thoughts.
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