The Kenyan government, led by President William Ruto, has been working tirelessly through the Ministry of Interior Security to end banditry in the country's most troubled regions, notably the northern part. A highly trained special multi-agency squad under a police unit whose slogan is 'Operation Komosha Uhalifu' has reportedly killed one bandit today, according to a report made on Wednesday morning.
Photo Courtesy; High ranking police officials convened a consultative meeting to address the Turkana-Baringo Banditry attacks that has left a trail of deaths and destruction of properties in the North Rift region. According to information shared, the security meeting was led by the operation commander Mr. Joseph Limo.
A contingent of police lorries today arrived at the troubled Baringo and Turkana counties to restore peace after deadly attacks that left several of police dead. According to shared by the National Police Service, a multi-agency security have today continued with their patrols as they intensify operations to flush out bandits.
The police in Turkana were tasked by the commander in chief president Ruto to deal with cattle rustlers mercilessly and end the common rustling which has left many and especially security officers dead. An an order police established an operation dubbed Komesha Uhalifu where a multi agency team has already been deployed.
The police in Turkana were this week tasked by the commander in chief president Ruto to deal with cattle rustlers mercilessly and end the common rustling which has left many and especially security officers dead. An an order police established an operation dubbed Komesha Uhalifu where a multi agency team has already been deployed.
Operation Komesha Uhalifu Takes Shape In North Rift As One Bandit Killed And 700 Livestock Recovered
The Ministry of Interior Security under President William Ruto's administration is eager and motivated to put an end to banditry in Kenya's most severely hit districts, especially the country's northern region. Photo courtesy According to a report released on Wednesday morning, one bandit was murdered today by a highly skilled special multi-agency squad working for a police unit known as "Operation Komosha Uhalifu."
A contingent of heavily armed police officers patrolling Kapedo in the past security operation A spirited security operation mounted by multi-agency teams seeking to tame heartless bandits who have been wrecking havoc with abandon in Turkana county has so far achieved commendable success, close to two weeks since it was instigated following a deadly ambush that left eleven people dead including eight junior officers.