Seven people are said to be nursing injuries at Kitui Level 5 Hospital and 15 have went missing after a group of almost 100 assailants unexpectedly attacked them in B2 Katoteni in Yatta, Machakos County.
The source of the attack has not yet been well established as some allegations say that it is emanating from land disputes.
The residents of Kitui have been disturbed by this attack as they now want the government to take over the disputed land and find out the real owner's of the land. They even worry why people are harming others instead of using the necessary procedures to demand what is theirs.
The asailants are said to have went onto the run as police persue them.
In Kenya, the issue of land disputes have for a long time been a problem and hence the need for the government to speed up the digital registrations of all lands, a process which began this year. This will make it easy and faster to identify the real owner's of a given land.
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