Today, a notorious bandit who was arrested in connection with a series of cattle rustling incidents has been arraigned to face several charges in Nyahururu law courts.
Arupe Armarngole londengo was arrested by security team in Lolgos area, Kaptuya location in Tiaty Sub-Cunty. He is the face behind a series of livestock raids within Lonyek areas of Laikipia County.
Another bandit, one Longor Ewoi who was arrested at Kalemngorok ward in Turkana South Sub-county will be arraigned in Lokichar mobile law courts tomorrow.
The Head of State has issued a severe warning to the bandits, telling them to immediately halt what they are doing or else they will face severe consequences.
Kenya Defense Force were successful in their mission to apprehend the leader of the Tiaty This is something that we are hoping will come to an end very soon because it has severely harmed Kenya as a country, causing a large number of people to lose their lives and the majority of them to lose their property.
I don’t know who instituted that disarmament that was extremely selective and only targeted one community. Residents of Turkana South were completely disarmed and now have no defense as bandits have the courage to raid at any time and take livestock of our people,” he said.
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