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Government to firmly deal with administrators fueling chaos in Narok

Interior and National Administration Cabinet Secretary (CS) Prof Kithure Kindiki has read a riot act to security officers and leaders fueling chaos at Nkararo in Transmara West, Narok County.

Urging government officers always to observe impartiality while dealing with border issues and disputes, the CS warned that errant security officers found to be perpetuating violence will not be transferred to other areas, but will instead be sacked be prosecuted.

Speaking at Nkararo-Enoosaen Cutline in Transmara West during a security gathering on Friday, Kindiki ordered the security team to mop up guns and all other weapons including arrows, being used to escalate crime in the region.

Calling for a speedy end to the Nkararo-Enoosaen land clashes, Kindiki said that long-standing border disputes cannot be an excuse to be used by one to kill, injure or destroy people’s property.

He said that the government will use all means to ensure that the clashes are brought to an end including setting up of a General Service Unit Camp on the disputed border.

The clashes have been witnessed since 1956 and in the past month, the situation went out of hand as several acres of sugarcane plantations and houses were torched as hundreds of people were displaced.

The visit by the CS follows a series of other high-powered meetings in the region aimed at helping to restore peace which has for a long time been elusive.

However, residents are hopeful that the Friday visit by the Interior and National Administration CS and the pronouncements made will help bring long-lasting peace.

By Isaiah Nayika


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