Laikipia West has been into the media for the past three weeks, this is after the government went ahead to move with speed and help restore calm into the disturbed area. With less than a week after calm is restored into the region, another rise in insecurity has been witnessed into the region.
In Rumuruti area, a standoff has been witnessed today forcing Police boss Natembeya to join and make public comments. In his comment Natembeya has ordered police working in the region to join and calm the situation before escalating to standards similar to the Ol Moran.
Natembeya is keen to help save his region from insecurity which is sabotaging people's lives through constant fights. The chaos are coming at a time when the government has ordered police to shoot and kill people who are using weapons to disturb people's lives while engaging in activities which include livestock theft. The issue was issued in central region which is currently a hotspot for livestock theft incidences.
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