Police chiefs visit Busia following GANG ATTACKS that have left many DEADNews 08:01
Thursday, the 2nd of May 2013 - The Kenyan DAILY POST has learnt that a contingent of senior police officers is today visiting the Busia and Bungoma Counties to try and get to the bottom of attacks that have left 2 people dead and scores of others injured.
On Wednesday morning an attack on Akabait Village, Busia County left two people dead and 20 others injured. The attack came just two days after an attack on Kibabii, Kikwechi and Mukwa villages left more than a hundred people injured.
Senior CID officers are said to be in the two counties today investigating what led to the attacks and it’s expected that some arrests will be made.
A probe team composed of the Deputy Inspector General of Police Grace Kaindi, Deputy Inspector General for Administration Police Samuel Arachi and the Director of Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Ndegwa Muhoro is understood to be looking into the situation.
Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula has called for the security apparatus in the County to be overhauled.
Western Police boss Alfred Ombaba has however assured residents that his charges have the situation under control.
The Kenyan DAILY POST