Laikipia County is going through a lot of challenges of late with citizens yearning for peace. The county is experiencing high insecurity issues even after Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i imposed 6pm to 6am curfew in the region.
Armed Bandits are becoming a major problem in the region torching schools, making people homeless and even killing other innocent Kenyans. Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i visited and even camped in Laikipia region for two days trying to restore peace. Things seems to have worked out in Laikipia as schools reopened with high security level.
But there is tension again in the area. As reported by Citizen TV, the are Member of County Assembly, Hon. George Karuiru said that one person has been shot dead and cattle stolen by bandits at Wangwaci area in Ol-Moran, Laikipia.
"One person shot dead and cattle stolen by bandits at Wangwaci area in Ol-Moran, Laikipia, area MCA George Karuiru says." Tweeted by Citizen TV Kenya.
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