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Cattle Rustling Will Stop "na Sio Tafadhali" President Ruto's Strong Warning to Culprits

President William Ruto has broken his silence following the death of 10 people in the hands of cattle rustlers. These included 8 police officers. Ruto has indicated that he has received a comprehensive report on the incident and has promised that his government will deal firmly, decisively, and conclusively with the culprits.

During the presidential debate, Ruto said the issue of cattle rustling is political in the region. It is believed that the people involved are armed by the politicians. The security report given to him will expose those behind the rustlers' sponsorship and will thus pay the price.

Having come from the Rift Valley region, the president will create a lasting solution for the residents affected. He will not rest until he has fulfilled his words. Whoever will be allocated the operation must be equal to the task. He or she will need to have all the answers that the president will wish to have.


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