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DP Gachagua Gives Condition For Withdrawal Of Police Officers From Tiaty As Requested By MP Kamket

Tiaty constituency member of parliament honourable William Kamket has urged president William Ruto to withdraw security officers from the region. According to him, the people are living in tension since the officers were deployed in the area. The KANU party member is among the people who joined Kenya Kwanza after they won elections.

However, there and then, deputy president Rigathi Gachagua during the church service told him off. Infront of the president, Gachagua told him that the officers cannot be withdrawn from the area. Je gave a condition that leaders have to sit down and agree on how they will tell the residents to return the illegal guns that they are owning.

He told him that those officers in Tiati are there because they have work to do. The only way to remove them is for the leaders in the region to sit and agree on how those in possession of guns have returned them. That the guns have been used to finish people's lives through cattle rustling. If they are going to be removed, the situation will be worse.

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