More details are still coming up following the deadly shooting that happened in Elgeyo Marakwet today. The whole of Elgeyo Marakwet has been thrown in extreme sombre mood following the demise of a mother and her two children. According to KTN news, it has been revealed that the armed bandits used atleast 17 bullets to kill the mother and children.
It is said that the bandits started by killing the mother with her two children before they went ahead to kill an agricultural officer. The mother is said to have been harvesting sorghum on the farm before armed bandits approached them shooting them to death. No reason has been found that could have made the bandits commit such an act to them.
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It is said that the mother begged the bandits to forgive her but they didn't listen to her. When she noticed that they were baying for her blood, she told them to spare her children but her plead hit deaf ears as everyone on the farm was killed.
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