On Tuesday evening, one person was killed by bandits in Kagir, Baringo County, and over 200 animals were stolen.In the 6 p.m. incident, in which 44-year-old Kakuko was shot several times by the bandits, livestock belonging to two families were stolen and taken to the neighboring Tiaty sub-county. According to reports, the bandits returned on Wednesday morning after killing the man and stealing approximately 209 livestock. The bandits then launched another attack around midday in Chemorong'ion, Baringo South, stealing an unknown number of livestock.
Locals expressed concern about the purpose of the security operation, claiming that they are still suffering at the hands of bandits who continue to defy government orders.This comes as the joint security operation currently underway in the area has yet to bear fruit, with locals seemingly abandoning the exercise designed to silence the guns. Follow me for more updates from various parts of the world.
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