The veteran journalist Gabriel Oguda has asked the first in command to fly to Turkana with immediate effect and talk to the bandits attacking the locals in the area amidst his silent trip out of the country.
According to the renown journalist he was going through the Saturday Nation news paper and he found out that Baringo-Turkana border is up in flames again after the armed bandits shot dead a mother and her daughter before running with more than 300 goats. He has asked him to go and talk tough again as he had warned the bandits over attacks to the locals.
However, the interior cabinet secretary Kithure Kindiki visited the area and asked the bandits to stop attacking the locals and stealing their cattles as he further reinstated more police officers in the area . This comes after the first in command visited the place and told off those involved in attacks to stop or he comes for them and thus they stopped for a while.
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