Tension is high in Turkana after suspected bandits attacked and killed a man while undergoing livestock vaccination in the region.
The bandits attacked the herdsmen while at the vaccination center and drove away with 1500 cattle which had been vaccinated.The livestock vaccination process was carried out by World Bank within Turkana East at Lokwamosing.
According to reports from a reliable source,it is suspected that the bandits were from the neighbouring Baringo County and stormed a village near Kapedo before immediately fleeing away.
There has been tension in the region after one man was killed during the attack and one girl was left with gunshot injuries.The area residents are in fear of another attack since the suspects have not been arrested.The region has currently been insecure with frequent attacks from suspected bandits.
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