Following the recent bandit attacks in kapkobil Elgeyo-Marakwet County along the Kerio-Valley Elgeyo-Marakwet senator kipchumba Murkomen has blast President Uhuru Kenyatta, CS Matiang'i and police IG Hillary Mutyambai.
Taking to his social media page the vocal senator claimed that the government has turned the blind eye to residents of Elgeyo-Marakwet who have been mayhem by bandits.
The angry senator further stated that the Interior Ministry reversed the process that had bear fruits by withdrawing all the National Police Reservists (NPR) who where playing crucial role.
The former Senate majority leader pointed out that as a leaders from the region they had succeeded in subduing the bandits activities that has costs the lives of many locals .
The bandits activities is one of the outdated culture which is practised among the pastralists communities.
The government efforts of trying to control the practice has never been achieved fully.
The efforts by the government to eradicate the manace has seen security personnel loosing their lives.
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