Kipchumba Murkomen the Senator for Elgeyo Marakwet has reported to Uhuru Kenyatta and his CS Interior Fred Matiangi of three people who were killed by bandits today within a radius of only 2 meters to the nearest police station.
Murkomen is clear it's quite unfortunate to see people die in the hands of Uhuru Kenyatta administration as he watched helplessly. He is clear instead Matiangi has been busy in politics without helping the people in his area be able to deal with the bandits once and for all.
Murkomen has termed it quite unfortunate to see his people die as the government including the inspector General do nothing. He is hopeful moving into the future the security situation in Elgeyo Marakwet will be sorted.
Murkomen is clear he would fight very had to ensure people in Elgeyo Marakwet get justice ftom Uhuru Kenyatta administration though it seems he doesn't care about people lives. He wants Uhuru to tell him if the children and people are from a lesser God than his children a reason he is leaving them to suffer in the midst of bandits.
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