Here is what Senator Kipchumba Murkomen shared on his official facebook page over the killings in Elgeyo Marakwet County!
I am devastated by the endless killings perpetrated by bandits along the Kerio Valley. This afternoon 4 people were killed at Tot, Marakwet East, Elgeyo Marakwet County.
Last term we had worked so hard to contain the senseless mayhem. Unfortunately the office of the President and Interior Ministry reversed our efforts by withdrawing NPR and leaving the people at the mercy of bandits.
This is unacceptable. We consider this deliberate abdication of duty resulting in pain and suffering on the part of innocent civilians. We will do everything to hold those who are currently in charge of our security accountable for every life lost.
President Kenyatta, CS Matiangi, IG Mutyambai should do thorough soul searching and intervene if they still have any conscience left in them.
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