9PM DEATH TRAPS OF TURKANA PART I
Over the last four months close to 100 turkana villagers have been killed by merrile and nyagatom militia from ethiopia. The attacks by the militia have become more frequent after the completion of the disarmament programme, which has seen most communities in the north surrender their weapons, subsequently weakening and making them easy targets. In the first part of death traps of lake turkana, kathryn omwandho explores the plight of this community and the driving force behind the merrile and nyagatom attacks.
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