Police Officers in Laikipia have mercilessly gunned down a notorious bandit in the area after a fierce gunfight.
According to sources the famous Gangster identified as Kamwenje was ruthlessly gunned down in a fierce exchange with police officers.
It's alleged the rogue thug was ordered to surrender when he started opening fire at the officers.
Of later bandits have been giving police officers and residents sleepless nights with some surprise attacks.
Just a few kilometers from Laikipia, bandits have been killing innocent Kenyans and officers all in the name of stealing Cattle.
However, the ministry of interior security deployed GSU police officers in the area where a disarmament program is currently underway.
This was ordered after two senior police officers were mercilessly shot dead by bandits in kapedo.
The ongoing operations have been set to remove all these bandits from the face of the earth as they continue wreaking havoc across the country.
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