"It was Stage Managed" St.Benedict Girls Head to Face Disciplinary Action Over Banditry Attack Video
The principal St. Benedict Arror Girls secondary school is expected to face disciplinary action over her action of sharing an online clip of her students taking cover under dining tables after banditry attack rocked the area. Speaking to the media, Security officers from the area have condemned the action saying that they were not amused by the video but instead castigated Principal Lucy Akumu accusing her of being an alarmist and irresponsible person.
Tension remains high along Kerio Valley in Elgeyo Marakwet following a twin banditry attack which left two people with serious gun wounds and hundreds of livestock stolen. The afternoon attacks simultaneously happened at the dreaded Kapkobil area in Marakwet East sub county and a few kilometres away at Arror in Marakwet West near St Benedict Arror Girls Secondary school.
The police in Elgeyo-marakwet county have now declared the principal of a school in the region wanted for a possible disciplinary action and possible arrest over a leaked video. This comes after two people succumbed to death after they were sprayed with bullets by bandits just outside the school vicinity.
Just In, Bandits Attack A Popular Elgeyo Marakwet Girls, Students Forced To Lie To Avoid Live Bullets
The issue of banditry attacks has been common and especially last year, the group terrorized residents in Elgeyo Marakwet and Laikipia leaving several dead. The government was forced to chip in and offer assistance even though it reached a point where the bandits overpowered them and instead the cases started increasing.
Tragedy in Elgeyo Marakwet. Learning at St Benedict Arror Secondary School has been disrupted. According to reports; gunshots have been fired, some meters from the school's compound as students were taking their meals. According to the school principal, Lucy Okumu: gunshots have been heard, about 200m from the school compound.