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Will banditry end in Kenya if the government uses this plan?

The end of the road for bandit attacks in Kenya has come because of the immediate changes the head of state has put in place to ensure hostile places of insecurities like Lamu are done with.

The government has decided to spend Ksh 1.2 billion to reinforce security in the area. In the interview he held with journalists, he assured the country that it would end the insecurity attack in Kerio Valley and Turkana County.

This he will do by constructing barracks in those areas and also making those hostile areas the training centers. With that, he has declared to the public that Kenya will be a good country for peace. He also urges for time, so that within a period of six months he will do away with bandits.

The Ksh 1.2 billion project will take part in constructing the sites and also buying equipment that may be needed to help provide security.

With the aid of the CS Kindithi Lamu and Kerio Valley bandits, there will be no more.


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