Kenya is a sovereign state that has three arms of government that makes, implements and interprets the laws governing a country. The state is also under the leadership of president William Samoei Ruto.
This morning, Homa Bay Town member of parliament Hon Peter Kaluma has revealed that he's planning to table a bill in the national assembly to make rustling punishable by death upon conviction.
The ODM lawmaker has made the sentiments following the hineous act where by two girls aged 13 and 17 years respectively were attacked and killed by cattle rustlers in Elgeyo Marakwet county.
Through his official Twitter account, Kaluma has tweeted saying "Stop rustling Rustlers attack a village in Elgeyo Marakwet killing 2 girls aged 13 and 17, make away with 75 heads of cattle belonging to the family. Rustling is robbery with violence. This new year, I'll bring a Bill to make rustling punishable by death upon conviction."
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