A group of armed men have shot and injured a standard six upil of Dira primary school.The puil was shot while fetching water after school this evening.The armed men are suspected to be coming from the neighbouring Elgeyo marakwet.
This comes as a shock as the cabinet secretary of interior Fred Matiangi had visited the area a day earlier and had a talk with the people of the area.Matiangi had made clear to the people that the issues of insecurity will come to anendwith their help.
The local leaders who had also attended the meeting said that the issue was to be sought out that day once and for all.
Tirioko ward mca Sam Locales has strongly condemned the incident saying that it was so ruthless to victimize such aninnocent child.He has termed the perpetrators as the kind of people who wants to take Kerio back to it's old days of fighting.
He further urged the affected members of the community to be calm and keep peace as the olive officers are going on with the investigations.
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