Banditry in Kerio Valley, Turkana and Baringo region has left many people homeless. Loss of lives and property during cattle rustling is a common thing to the locals. Government have placed several measures to curb the insecurity menace but the cases are still reported.
Today, Kapseret Member of Parliament addressed the issue of banditry during the burial of late Henry Rotich in Elgeiyo-marakwet County. He was accompanied by several leaders including former senator Kipchumba Murkomen, governor Stephen Sang and Charles Cheboi among others.
While speaking to the mourners, Sudi said that the issue of banditry is not catalyzed by the Pokot aggression. He disclosed that 95% of the locals in the insecurity belts of Kerio Valley need peace to prevail. According to a video he shared on his Facebook, Sudi disclosed that there are sponsors and politicians who are behind the attacks. He warned them that President William Samoei Ruto's administration is investigating to find them.
Here is the link to watch the video. https://www.facebook.com/100050384384349/posts/pfbid02jwZRsk2VDjHARpNjrpjQK2kNvDURToPnJ4N4Jho1FNgpYA26rX9N3z5zPE56JqaBl/?app=fbl
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