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Heavy Security Vehicles Deployed In North Rift Region As Bundits Faces Hard Time

They are armed and dangerous and operate in isolated zones in full contempt of the law and repeated multi-agency security operations to smoke them from their hideouts have proved fruitless.

The criminal rings are known to stage well-calculated attacks and often devise new tactics to subdue their challengers in their merciless undertakings that often result in loss of property, displacement and killings. Welcome to the world of bandits, who killed eight police officers, a chief and two civilians last week in Turkana and continue to wreak havoc in the region. 

Security officials and police reservists who have experienced the firearm using desperados say they are knowledgeable about battle.A greater part of them are prepared for this from a youthful age and are logically prepared in how to safeguard themselves, graduating to participate in strikes at a typical age of 15 years.

"They are isolated from their moms when they are basically as youthful as seven years and taken to grouping camps where they are exposed to difficulties. To get by in such circumstances, the young men should master abilities to survive.

They must be sharp and solid," uncovered Joseph Chesang, a previous Public Police Reservist (NPR) from the permeable Kesumet in Baringo North that has seen various cows stirring and banditry assaults.The crooks, he made sense of, are furnished with refined weapons including AK-47 and G3 rifles and skillfully conceal projectiles en route to arranging assaults.

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Joseph Chesang NPR North Rift Region Public Police Reservist Turkana


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