One person dead, several others injured in ethnic clashes in Narok North

Fears of re-emergence of ethnic clashes are rife at Olposimoru area in Narok North Constituency after unknown assailants allegedly shot dead one man with arrows sparking outrage.

Confirming the incident, area OCPD Joseph Kisombe said the middle-aged man is believed to have been following his stolen cows when the incident happened.

"We received the incident at around 3pm that a man had been killed. We sent our security personnel and they're still on the ground," said Kisombe.

He said they are yet to confirm the claims that some people had been injured in retaliatory attack.

According to Kuresoi OCPD Hezbon Kadenge, eight people had been injured in the attack. The eight are said to have been trailing cows that were stolen from Olenguruone to Olposimoru when they were attacked. Four have been taken to Tenwek hospital in Bomet while other four have been taken to

Recently during a peace meeting at Oloruasi last week, Rift Valley Regional Coordinator Chimwaga Mwongo warned the locals against pursuing the missing livestock by themselves and instead leave the responsibility to the police.

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So far, about 150 out of the reported 278 missing livestock from Narok South have been recovered.

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