Former Gatundu South Member of parliament and close ally to President Ruto reacted to the Turkana Killings which saw 5 police officers and one civilian lose their lives. Bandits ambushed the police officers who were travelling on the road.
Taking to his Twitter account, Kuria said that the rustlers that killed the soldiers will know there's a change of guard in State House. He questioned why the bandits even choose to steal people cows amidst drought affecting the region. https://twitter.com/moseskuriahon/status/1574098877623459843?t=V8UEGQ-JY_8yhom7Gm-TIA&s=19
President Ruto reacted on the incident today evening issuing a directive to the security agencies to deal with the matter decisively and firmly to ensure the culprits involved are punished for their deadly deeds.
The cattle rustlers use strong ammunition to execute their ill deeds to pastoralist. The peace meetings held in the region seem to be falling on deaf ears as situation seem to worsen each year.
Many Netizens reacted to Kuria's post with mixed views. Here are some of their comments.
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