The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has told off the member of Parliament for Tiaty Constituency over his request to have police officers removed from Tiaty. According to Gachagua, police officers must never be removed in Tiaty until all the guns are returned.
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The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is clear that Police officers will forever operate in Tiaty Constituency until guns are returned. According to Gachagua, Kamket must stop protecting the bandits because he won't succeed.
The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua made it clear of his commitment to help president William Ruto to ensure that Baringo succeeds. Most of the leaders in Baringo all pointed fingers at Kamket for protecting bandits.
It's a fact that the bandit problem had affected so many people in North Rift region. The president on his part made it clear of his commitment to ensure that all schools in North Rift are opened and bandits driven out of hideouts.
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