Baringo county has been locked with attacks from bandits. The gun carrying bandits have been killing people with recently shooting seven people dead in kaptembwe area. The area residents have cried foul asking the government to intervene.
After ups and downs the government deploying a special force of National police reservists with the regional commander giving a shoot to kill order. The commander went ahead to asking the residents to help them in reporting the bandits.
Moment after these orders were given Haki-Africa as come out casigating the commanders order. The human right said that any human rights violation reported in the area maalim will be responsible. Kenyans have seemed not happy with their press.
Here are a number of comments.
RONALD kIP:HAKI Africa or rather whatever you call yourselves should be held liable in any further killing of innocent people in Baringo by Bandits
Daniel Muruiri Ndirangu:Humans beings difficult to understand, being a leader you must be having shock absorbers, the other day, Kenyans were blaming the government for being lenient to the bandits , even to an extent of claiming residents have been abandoned in the hands of the same criminals but when tough action is taken against them, again another group accuse the government for being brutal against criminals.
Peter mondi:It is a paradox that human rights champions uphold the rights of bandits and do not care about the rights of innocent peace loving citizens being massacred. Are they funded to take care of bandits terrorising citizens?
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