Just few days after the former Riftvalley Police boss George Natembeya left office to concentrate on politics, bandit's have intensified their attack's in various villages of Baringo Elgeyo Marakwet and Isiolo counties.
This morning, the area MCA of Isiolo has been arrested by anti theft stock police with stolen cows. They successfully recovered 40 cows that were stolen and driven away by bandits from Nyakach in Baringo North, Baringo County.
This comes after a butcher, identified as Peter Njenga, alias Sonko, was taken in by the sleuths who had been alerted to his suspicious activities as he owns several butcheries along the Easter Bypass.
The man, is said to be living lavishly at the expense of livestock owners in Machakos County who have been losing their cows under unclear circumstances. Locals are argued to report any suspicious act in the village.
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