Former Mukurweini Constituency Member of Parliament (MP) Kabando wa Kabando has urged the relevant authorities to act swiftly and arrest Laikipia bandits after vocal Kieleweke MP claimed that the attackers are well known by the government.
Speaking during Kiririmbi sho on Inooro TV, Ndaragwa Constituency MP Jeremiah Kioni claimed that the bullets fired in Laikipia are coming from Eldoret, while the guns have been sourced from Uganda. He claimed that those sponsoring the attacks are well known and to the contrary, they are the ones supposed to be protecting us. Kioni further alleged that the pushers of the violence wants President Uhuru to react so that they can re ignite ICC cases.
Following his remarks, Kabando wa Kabando has requested the government to bring to book all those involved in the attacks since they are known according to Kioni.
"Now, MP Jeremiah Kioni said that govt knows the criminals involved; that bullets + guns being used to kill people in Laikipia are from Eldoret and Uganda. Govt should arrest those criminals!" He wrote.
Laikipia County has been subjected into a series of banditry attacks with a total of 8 confirmed deaths. According to police report, peace mission is ongoing and so far they have managed to flash out bandits from the conservancy and they are currently swiping out the remnants in the settlements. Some areas have been gazetted as high risk areas and the police service has prohibited any form of gatherings until peace is realized in the region.
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