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MP Oscar Sudi slams CS Matiang’i and PS Kibicho over insecurity

KapsaretMember of Parliament Oscar Sudi has slammed Interior CS Dr. Fred Matiang’I and PSKaranja Kibicho for engaging in politics at the expense of people’s lives.

MP OscarSudi who was speaking at the border point of West Pokot and Elgeyo Marakwetsaid his efforts to reach PS Kibicho were futile as his calls went unanswered.

Addressingresidents of the two regions, Hon. Oscar Sudi joined other leaders to tame thelevel of insecurity in the region.

Speakingduring the meeting was Sigor MP Peter Lochakapong who called on the governmentto provide security for leaners in the areas.

Recently, students from the affected areas have been forced to drop out of school in fear of attacks by militia.

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In March apupil from Chesegon Primary school was shot down a few meters from the school compoundby armed bandits.

Recentlyanother student attacked as the leaders spoke in one voice calling for an endto the string of attacks.

MP Oscar Sudi slams CS Matiang'i and PS Kibicho over insecurity
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