Public Outcry has been witnessed across all social media platforms after bandits recently terrorized area residents at Kerio Valley.
It was reported that the bandits killed four people within a span of five hours. The incident has caused panic among children, men and women who hail from the area. This is unacceptable and should be condemned heavily.
The killings took place in broad daylight as the bandits are fearless of the security officers. Families are losing their loved ones and the government should chip in to protect its citizens.
Recently, some bandits attacked and burnt down learning facilities before they vanished into the bushes. However, the government deployed soldiers to protect the people from similar occurrence.
It is very unfortunate that the bandits are back to killing people in the region.
People now point fingers at the government for inability to handle insecurity issues in the region. The government should take firm action to ensure that the people are secured. Enough is enough.
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