Ranch owners become prisoners in their homes
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.
By Kiprotich Chepkoit | 4 years ago
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
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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