Young GSU officer, Dennis Chepkwony, killed by bandits in Kainuk, Turkana KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Monday, February 13, 2023

Young GSU officer, Dennis Chepkwony, killed by bandits in Kainuk, Turkana

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Young GSU officer, Dennis Chepkwony, killed by bandits in Kainuk, Turkana. 

Emmanuel Kipng'etich and Brian Bett among security officers killed by bandits in Kainuk and their patrol vehicles torched

RIP to these young officers who just graduated in 2021

Nabii Zakayo mtoza Ushuru has called for mega prayers on 14th to stop banditry, hunger and drought.

An expectant teacher at a school along the border of Turkana and West Pokot Counties was Sunday night gang-raped by armed bandits who are currently unleashing terror on residents and security officers in Kainuk.

The school head teacher reported the matter at Kainuk Police Station on Monday.

The teacher was raped by four bandits who threatened to kill anyone who would resist their mission, according to the head teacher.

"The teacher was to begin her maternity leave next month. The remaining five teachers at the school have threatened to resign as their lives are at great risk. Pupils have not reported to school today," the school head said at the station.

The teacher is currently at a hospital in the region.

At Kainuk FPFK Philadelphia Primary School, just next to the Anti Stock Theft Unit camp, learning have also been interrupted.

"Grade Six which is supposed to have a total of 30 pupils only had six boys on Monday. Parents had withdrawn most of their children from the school whose population is supposed to be 528. The enrolment is going down every day due to worsening insecurity situation," Ms Ruth Esekon, the school head teacher said.

She said teachers, most of whom are non-locals, are fearing for their lives as the school compound has frequently been an escape route for the bandits whenever they steal livestock or are overpowered by security officers.

In the Junior Secondary School class, there are only three learners out of a total of 19 students who are expected to report.

A spot check around the town revealed fewer activities due to mounting tension. There is a low traffic, closed shops with women and children keeping off their farms.

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