CID Director Addresses Insecurity In Laikipia
Muhoro said that most cases were orchestrated by criminals and cattle rustlers migrating from the neighbouring Baringo and Samburu Counties.
He added that more security personnel and police vehicles would be deployed in the region to beef up security.
The CID Director called on Kenyans to assist the government in fighting crime by providing crucial information saying it was their civic responsibility.
He noted that Kenyans must make an effort to know their neighbors to ensure they were not criminals.
Ndegwa said that security was a crucial component of development, and emphasized the need for citizens to team up with security agencies to curb the rising cases of insecurity.
He added that issues of radicalization among the youths in criminal gangs among them mungiki, Al Shabaab and others were still on the rise.
Muhoro said the government was following key suspects in connecting with the supply of lethal weapons used by terrorists to ensure the country was at peace.
By Bonareri Nyamoita
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