The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: 3,000 Displaced As Fresh Banditry Hits Baringo

Photo: Capital FM/UN photo
Armed herder (file photo): One person has been killed and over 3,000 displaced by bandits in Marigat, Baringo county.

More than 3,000 people have been displaced after fresh attacks by bandits in Baringo. The heavily armed bandits injured one person and burnt seven houses in Bartabwa division. Rift Valley Police boss John M'mbijiwe says police have been deployed in the area.

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Thousands of Kenyans Flee Baringo Attacks

Armed herder (file photo): One person has been killed and over 3,000 displaced by bandits in Marigat, Baringo county.

One person has been killed, another wounded and over 3,000 people displaced in renewed attacks between two communities in Marigat district, Baringo county. Read more »