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Residents of Ol moran in Laikipia county are living in fear, due to the increased cases of insecurity in the area and it's surrounding. The area has reported loss of more than 500 cattles in less than a month and killing of innocent people in the area. The bandits are said to attack the area at any time of the day or night.
A 60 year old man Charles Maina, who was herding his cattle, has been reported dead after being allegedly attacked by 4 heavily armed bandits, who shot him six times before driving away with his 30 cattles. The residents of Ol moran are blaming the police officers for failing to do away with the bandits, even after the government imposing dusk to dawn curfew within the region.
The residents have raised an alarm over the continued killings and cattle rustling, urging the government to look for a better way to secure the region fully. They say that they are still in fear despite the fact that the area is under armed police watch.
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