Deputy President Ragathi Gachagua accompanied by his boss president William Ruto among other leaders attended a thanksgiving church service in Baringo today Sunday 13th November. During his address to the congregants, the DP had to put things straight regarding the issue of insecurity in Baringo.
Mr. Gachagua said that as president Ruto's government had promised the people of Baring to curb insecurity, held a meeting with the leaders from the region which resulted in sending police officers for a peacekeeping mission in the area. Mr. Gachagua who addressed the plea of Tiaty MP William Kamket to withdraw the officers from the region stood to his ground to defend the government citing that the officers will only be allowed out after the bandits surrenders their guns.
MP Kamket who was present at the event is said to be familiar with the bandits and hence has been reprimanded by leaders from the region among them MP Florence Jematia who says the Tiaty MP should be responsible and help the authority to reach out to them. Watch video here:
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