DP Ruto Gives Cattle Rustlers 14 Days To Mend Ways

Deputy president William Ruto has declared that the government will no longer hold talks with communities involved in cattle rustling, but will instead engage the country’s security machinery to end the vice.
Ruto was speaking when he toured Baringo county, a day after interior cabinet secretary ordered all those in possession of firearms to immediately register them.
As Hassan Mugambi reports, the DP has vowed to to personally oversee operations aimed at ending banditry and cattle rustling.