West Pokot governor Lonyangapuo has delivered signals that his county is suffering. Lonyongapuo is saddened by the continuing killings and cows theft in west Pokot and marakwet. Lonyongapuo claims that his government has invested heavily on security projects. But things are going out of hand. He urged the government to help them to keep peace and safety along the areas.
"I want to say I'm saddened by continuing killings around the along the boarder of West pokot and marakwet. My Government administration has been investing heavily on the security projects. I'm happy we were getting somewhere. But lately killings in elgoy Marakwet has increased. And we west pokot have also become victims. I ask the National government to help us keep safety and security in our areas", Says governor Lonyangapuo.
The residents of Kianjokoma Embu County. Has received good news. As the government decides to launch a police post in the area. This will help keep safety and security in the area.
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