PHOTOS: Heavy Security as CS Kindiki Lands in Volatile Kerio Valley
A day after bandits shot and killed two girls in Ketut in Marakwet East Sub County on Sunday and stole livestock, Interior CS Kithure Kindiki has landed in the region. The CS made his way to Chesongoch ahead of a Security meeting in the area to mediate on the un-ending security threat posed by cattle bandits.
Bandits Kill Number Of Children And Rustler With Cattle
Hopes of calm in Kerio Valley were signaled on Saturday by the launch of a security surveillance drone for monitoring the movement of bandits. But a day later, during the new year celebrations, bandits stormed Ketut village and shot dead two sisters, Martha Kibowen, 17 – a form three student at Kabulwo Secondary School and her sister Consolata Kibowen, 14, who was in Standard Seven at Kabetwa Primary School.
RIP ; 2 Sisters Who Were Shot & Killed By Bandits Laid To Rest In Elgeyo-Marakwet- Photos
According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that two girls who were shot and killed in Elgeyo-Marakwet have been laid to rest. Photo:Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by several sources, it has been revealed that the deceased, a pupil, and a student were attacked by the suspects who opened fire, shot, and killed them on the spot.
Interior Cs Kithure Kindiki Visits Kerio Valley Area
Photo courtesy is used to report the news. Abraham Kithure Kindiki, is a Kenyan politician, Lawyer and Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Administration of National Government. He was appointment after the President William Samoei Ruto, won the presidency elections. Today, Interior Cabinet Secretary Abraham Kithure Kindiki, visited Ketut in Volatile Kerio Valley, following the latest incident where two young girls were killed by bandits while herding cattles.
RIP: Somber Mood As Baringo County Governor Attends Burial Of 2 Students Killed By Bandits At Ketut
Photo courtesy Cases of Bandictry attack in Baringo and other North Eastern parts of Kenya have been heard, reported and vividly increasing day by day. Most of these attacks when happen, the Bandits steal other people's goods like Livestocks, crops and at some point killing innocent people during the operation.
Cattle stolen by bandits leaving two girls dead in Elgeiyo Marakwet
A village in Marakwet has stated a year in tears as the bandits stole their animals here leaving the two daughters dead. In this area it has known to be quiet from such cases four months now and it is said that the parents had left their children looking after the cattle and they were also playing on the scene.
Painful: Bandits Shots Dead Two Young Sisters On A Broad Day Light And Drive Away Their Cattles
The launch of a security surveillance drone for tracking bandit activity on Saturday raised hopes for tranquility in Kerio Valley. But a day later, during the celebrations for the new year, robbers broke into the village of Ketut and killed two sisters: Martha Kibowen, 17, a form three student at Kabulwo Secondary School, and Consolata Kibowen, 14, a Standard Seven student at Kabetwa Primary School.
Tension High In Marakwet East As Bandits Kill Two Girls Making Away With 70 Cows
Banditry and cattle rustling is growing uncontrollable in the country. Areas like Turkana, West Pokot, Marakwet, Baringo and other places this menace seems unstoppable. Many lives have already been claimed by these people who are stealing cows from others by force and killing without mercy.