Working in top gear, led by the CS interior Kithure Kindiki the security agencies revealed that the fight against the bandits in the coming days and months would be escalated.
Kindiki futher highlighted that the state through its ministry of interior security would in the coming days smoke out the well organized syndicate that has been financing and promoting the banditry network in the regions of Turkana, Marakwet Baringo Laikipia and Samburu.
So far the government through its intelligence are in possession of critical and essential information on the persons aiding this group.
That they are political influencers, businessmen and religious affiliated individuals that have made it their core mandate to see banditry thrive in those regions for their own benefit.
He scaled down to say that at the moment they have captured a religious leader that has been working with the bandits and they'll be going for more arrests.
Furthermore he noted that the toxic terrain in the region has made it difficult to fight with the bandits but they'll be at the top of things to make sure that the government's objectives are met.
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