By KGR Reporter,
Warriors in Karenga district have up to two weeks to come out of the jungle and use the amnesty window to surrender illegal firearms in their possession.
During a peace dialogue that was held in Sangar Sub County where a list of over forty suspected cattle rustlers with illegal guns were released over the weekend, Mr. Filbert Ocailap, the Karenga Resident District Commissioner said that the warriors have paid deaf ears to the amnesty program despite several calls, observing that there has been a resurgence of insecurity for the last one month and this has frustrated service deliveries and claiming lives of soldiers and locals.
Mr. Filbert said that they shall not wait for the situation to get out of hand and now the warriors are given only two weeks to surrender their guns or else be killed. Mr. Filbert speaking……
Hon. Ben Atom Koryang, the Dodoth West County Member of Parliament in the district observed that there are few wrong elements in the communities who are harboring criminals causing insecurity. END