As the Government struggles to restore peace in Laikipia, the residents are yet to find a reason to smile as the bad situation continues in silence. This happens as more people have continued dieing mysteriously. Fresh details reveal that this is not just a tribal issue but it's partially a political deal by some politicians.
It is alleged that there are some politicians using it as a strategy to eliminate residents and bring new people to the land so as to register as voters. The politicians are allegedly influencing some people to scare the residents who are against them so that they can bring new people who will reside there and vote for them.
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The are various politicians have bought land in the county but they are not living in the area. They keep on giving false excuses as they make people to clash with each other so that they can engage in war. A warning has been declared to such leaders.
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