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Kenyan Jungle When Wives Watch Their Husbands Being Killed

It has evolved that security in some parts of Kenya is a belief. This is after a summary indicates how naive people are brutally butchered by bandits. A report reveals that men are usually murdered like animals while their dear wives watch. The women who have lost their husbands reviews how they glimpsed their men die in the hands of merciless raiders.

Esther Chebor, from Chemoe area in Baringo North which is inclined to assaults by robbers remembers how her life almost tumbled down after she was widowed and left with six kids to take care of by herself. This was after her husband was shot him to death armed cattle rustlers. Her spouse used to serve as the area chief. He was murdered after he led villagers to pursue their cattle which had been snatched by bandits.

A large number of women in the region gives a related story some revealing that their spouses were murdered as they stared. Their lives are replenished with articles of anguish and discomfort. However, they have stayed resilient, wishing for a better day. The women have eager children to nourish despite needing revenue sources while all their creatures were stolen by bandits.

In these unrest prone areas, it is the obligation of men to protect the neighborhoods, conserve their cattle from robbers and also flocking them. This endangers them to assaults by robbers who periodically invade the area and drive away all the creatures leaving the citizens languishing in poverty.

According to the summary, Men from Baringo North say that they live each day at a time expanding that sometimes they are lucky and they manage to get home untouched. The windows now mandate that the administration should reimburse them and ensure that their lives continue to normal. They also want the administration to make sure that their children have accessed education. Many children have been forced to drop out of school while many other dependents have turned to workers to help their households get everyday dough.

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