Photos of the Agricultural officer allegedly killed by bandits moments after the death of a woman and her two small children emerged online causing panic.
The late Benjamin Sum was an extension agricultural officer. Sources revealed that he was brutally murdered by armed bandits who were marauding in Keiyo valley. A middle-aged woman was also brutally murdered together with her two kids.
Iten daily news eulogized Mr. Sum as a dedicated farmer who took his activities with passion. They condoled with the bereaved family and sent messages of good will. Opera fraternity wishes to send our deep heartfelt condolences to relatives and friends, may his soul rest in eternal peace.
Cases of Banditry have become rampant in Laikipia and its environs. Residents are urged to be extra careful to prevent more deaths. Whats your take on this issue? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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