Residents of the troubled areas have continued to receive bad news as they are told how the deceased was looking for his cattle when he came across the bandits and was killed there and then. Additionally, 200 animals were stolen at the same moment. Residents claimed that even though they followed Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki' s instructions, the robbers followed them to their new homes.
Police in Kerio- Valley have opened a probe into the death of a man who was allegedly shot and murdered by armed suspects there, and several animals were taken.
According to a news article provided by a trustworthy source of information, the suspects attacked and killed the deceased before fleeing the scene of the crime.
According to locals who spoke to the media, the suspects attacked the deceased as he was grazing, shot and killed him in broad daytime without showing any fear, and then stole several animals.
At the same time, the government has ordered residents of several areas to leave, through Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki.
Kindiki reportedly gave residents 24 hours to abandon these areas, according to information provided by a dependable source.
This is taking place at the same time that the government, headed by President William Ruto, has made clear that it will not back down and will pursue suspects to the bitter end through the interior cabinet secretary Kithure Kindiki.
The locals noted that the bandits would leave their hideout and accompany the locals to their new home as soon as they learned of a police operation. They continued by saying that when they visit their fields, they discover them waiting for the locals and demanding food and water; if they refuse, they evict them by force.
The locals are in a state of confusion because they don' t know what to do because the bandits are still killing people and robbing people of their livestock in defiance of the operation.
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