Mystery animal taunts residents in Kuresoi


Mystery animal taunts residents in Kuresoi
A farmer displays some of the sheep slewn by wild animals

In Summary

  • Hundreds of residents in Kuresoi, Nakuru County are living in fear after an unknown animal killed 50 sheep.
  • They lamented that even their children are afraid of returning to school this week because of fear of being attacked.
  • The area is renown for Hampshire and Toba sheep which can be sold for as much as Ksh. 10,000 per animal, they said, adding that the attacks have slowed down business.

Hundreds of residents in Kuresoi, Nakuru County are living in fear after an unknown animal killed over fifty of their sheep.

They lamented that even their children are afraid of returning to school this week because of fear of being attacked.

Speaking to Citizen Digital on Monday; Messrs John arap Towett and Weldon Maiywa, Ms. Mary Rugut and Pastor Reuben Korir from Kipsotet village pleaded with the relevant authorities to come to their aid.

The area is renowned for its Hampshire and Toba sheep which can be sold for as much as Ksh. 10,000 per animal, they said, adding that the attacks have slowed down business.

They claim that they have lost Ksh 1 million over the past two months since the attacks on their animals began and they should be compensated.

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