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Ranch owners become prisoners in their homes

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Ranchers in Laikipia County have become prisoners in their own homes, not daring to venture out in their vast farmlands as illegal herders armed with AK-47 rifles, spears, and poisoned arrows take over their land.

Ranch owners become prisoners in their homes

By Kiprotich Chepkoit | 4 years ago

A night out with invading herders at Laikipia ranch

A night out with invading herders at Laikipia ranch

The response by illegal herders to a Government order to vacate private ranches in Laikipia smacks of a mockery of State and private ownership of property.

Kiprotich Chepkoit | 4 years ago

379 herders arrested over Tristan Voorspuy's killing

Director of Criminal Investigations Ndegwa Muhoro was yesterday sent to Laikipia County to lead operations on illegal grazers.

CYRUS OMBATI | 4 years ago

Rancher Voorspuy's killing rattles fellow investors

The invasions reached a tragic peak on Sunday, when Sosian Ranch Director Tristan Voorspuy was shot and killed, further escalating the tension between ranch owners and the herders.

James Munyeki and Patrick Kibet | 4 years ago

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