The Kenya Defense Forces as well as other Security agencies have been camping in Laikipia for a while now keeping the peace between the fighting communities.
The banditry that has been witnessed in this region saw the government intervene and now there seems to be calm returned to the troubled region.
This evening, the Kenya Defense Forces has given details of a meeting that was held earlier today between two fighting communities that live around the troubled region of Laikipia.
Banditry was also said to have been put behind them as the communities agreed that illegal herders should be flushed out of the Laikipia Nature Conservancy.
The elders also said they will talk to their communities to see a successful disarmament exercise conducted.
Another resolve was to have regular market days in Mukutani between the two communities to foster peace between them.
The Brigade Commander thanked the elders from the two Communities and said the Kenya Defense Forces will continue to offer their support to the people when needed.
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