Very ugly scenes have been witnessed in Rumuruti, Laikipia County and this was after locals clashed with the cattle herders there which saw strikes being undertaken and the road being blocked.
From the photos from the scenes in Rumuruti, you can see locals burning down tires on the road, and several stones placed on the road too and this has caused lots of panic in the troubled Laikipia County region.
A motorcycle was also burnt down during the clashes as you can see in the photo and even a road sign board was burnt down.
The exact cause of the clashes been locals and herders has not yet been established but the authorities have taken control of the situation.
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