Insecurity incidents in Northern part of Kenya has extremely increased following the publishers in the country.
However, according to the current news from credible sources, bandits have currently torched a public primary school recognized as Miharati Primary School in Ol Moran.
Nonetheless,this comes few hours after the armed bandits torched another school in Laikipia west before engaging security officers in a brief gunflit before they flew.
This comes after former Laikipia North Member of Parliament Mathew Lempurkel has been arrested over unrest in Laikipia County.
Meanwhile, according to th exe source he was arrested from his home in Rongai, Kajiado County and was later moved to the Directorate of Criminal Investigative (DCI) offices in Nairobi area for questioning.
However, according to the Rift valley regional coordinator stated that most of the schools in the region will be closed due to insecurities incidents.
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