North Rift counties among them Elgeyo Marakwet have been on a trending spree in recent days following the increased number of bandit attacks that has left tens dead, many others injured with locals losing thousands of animals.
Following the increased cases of insecurity in pastoral prone areas, CS for Interior and Coordination vowed to crack hard whip on the perpetrators and more importantly uproot the vice that has been in existence for decades end.Albeit of Kindiki's spirited campaigns to neutralize banditry, his efforts have not gone without challenges, in what looks like a big win in the war against bandits, the Interior CS announced that his team has arrested a priest who made prophecies to bandits.
In a recent media discourse, Kindiki promised to name shame political honchos and other religious leaders who are bankrolling the bandits to terrorize locals.According to Mr Kindiki, the intelligence has helped the government to know the names of sponsors and figures behind banditry. He further called Kenyans to help them nab the alleged masterminds once their names and photos are made public.
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