By Osinde Obare
The elders agreed to preach peace and advocate for co-existence.
The over 60 elders led by the Pokot Council of Elders chairman John Mwok and former Baringo East MP Joseph Lotodo agreed to resolve communal conflicts between the Pokots and their neighbours.
In the forum organised by Sikom, a cross border peace building organisation, the elders regretted that conflicts over boundary, resources and the culture of cattle rustling has caused loss of lives, destruction of property and fueled poverty in the region.
Meanwhile, through the initiatives of Sikom, three donkeys that were stolen from Uganda have been recovered.