Cattle rustling in most parts of Rift Valley and Eastern region has greatly affected farmers as most were forced by the insecurity threat to migrate to safer areas. Government have set measures to curb the menace including deployment of Police Reservist to support security officers in remote areas.
Today, the Multi-agency team recovered stolen livestock in Turkana County. According to a post shared by National Police Service on twitter, the joint operation team recovered two thousand seven hundred and one sheeps and goats that had been stolen by bandits.
Photo : (Courtesy) Goats Recovered in Turkana. https://twitter.com/NPSOfficial_KE/status/1617590048794513408?t=sJIkfg1u7IlB-7LUD63uCQ&s=19
The recovery was realized after a relentless pursuit of the bandits by the team. The livestock was positively identified and handed over to the owners with the help of the local administration. Patrols have been intensified to preserve peace and security in the area.
Photo : (Courtesy) thousands of goats recovered in Turkana today.
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