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"Nalia Na Mimi Ni Polisi" Officers Sprayed With Bullets by Bandits Disclose the Situation in OlMoran

Three National Police Reservists are fighting for their lives at Unison Hospital in Rumuruti, Laikipia County. This is after they were sprayed with bullets by bandits in the war-torn areas of Ol Moran where heavy security operation is being carried out to restore peace and ensure normalcy.

These three NPR officers were patrolling the area when bandits attacked leaving them severely injured. This is the second attack by the bandits directed to the National Police Reservists officers.

As the three NPR victims continue to receive treatment, they have disclosed the actual situation in Ol Moran. One officer while on the hospital bed called on the government to seek better strategies to restore peace in the area.

"I plead with the government to direct all eyes towards Laikipia County. The government keep saying that it is dealing with the insecurity situation but that is not the case. I have been crying due to insecurity since I was a little kid. I found my mother still being affected by the same insecurity problems. I am crying while I'm an officer, how about the civilians, what will they do?" the National Police Reservist lamented while on his hospital bed.

The officer's words reveal the actual situation at the Ol Moran and other areas affected by banditry in Laikipia County. According to details the three officers escaped death by a whisker after the bandits sprayed them with bullets.

Despite the government putting strategies to restore peace in Laikipia, bandits are still roaming in the areas affected by insecurity cases. More details cite that the bandits have changed the tactics and strategies of attacking and raiding the Laikipia areas and are now targeting the National Police Reservists.

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Laikipia NPR Nalia Na Mimi Ni Polisi National Police Ol Moran


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