Nakuru donates land for police station in insecurity area Mau Narok
The Nakuru government will give arrive in Mau Narok for building a police headquarters to check enduring uncertainty, Governor Lee Kinyanjui has said.
He said the area has asked for the Inspector General of Police to think about setting up perpetual, completely fledged GSU and hostile to stock burglary units.
“This will dissuade wrongdoing and enable financial exercises to proceed continuous,” the Governor said
Kinyanjui talked when he visited Kahuho and Mau Narok ward where uncertainty has continued throughout the previous three days. Five individuals have been harmed.
“We have conveyed more officers, including GSU, to keep up harmony and request in Mau Narok, Kahuho, Muthera, Gachembe and Tipis,” he said.
Two individuals were assaulted and harmed on Monday evening at the fringe of the questionable Muthera and Gachemba ranches. They were hurried to Nakuru Level 5 Hospital. The assailants additionally stole creatures.