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High Tension as Top Government official Threatens to Attack This Village Using Al-Shabaab

A government official named Abdihakim Mohamud Jubat, who works as the Transmara South Deputy County Commissioner, allegedly made a worrisome warning to the locals, as reported on Citizen TV's prime time news.

The top government official allegedly threatened to attack the villages with the notorious terrorist group Al-Shabaab in a video that has since gone viral on social media.

The conflict between Jubat and the villagers is upon a 40-acre plot of land. Environmental and labour tribunals have issued judgements in recent years establishing that Jubat is not the authorised owner of the land because he did not purchase it legally.

Commissioner Masinde Isaac of Narok County, Kenya, has taken notice of the issue and has promised to look into it. After recent threats, residents of the aforementioned town are now in constant worry for their safety.

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