Talking on Saturday throughout a community protection meeting, Tunai also requested for a critique of law enforcement deployment across the county to assure fairness.
The Narok Governor manufactured the request during the meeting with Dr. Matiang’i and Law enforcement Inspector Standard Joseph Boinett at Njipiship in Kilgoris Central.
The meeting assessed the community reaction to the government’s ultimatum for the surrender of illegally held firearms in the space.
CS Matiang’i who spoke at Transmara in which he established ablaze about 100 firearms netted in the 30-working day voluntary gun-surrender exercising mentioned the govt would no extended tolerate killings brought on by guns in the improper fingers of civilians.
“We are supplying a grace period of time up to the stop of this thirty day period for the chiefs, elders and nearby leaders to spearhead the voluntary surrender. Upon the elapse of the notice, we shall appear for the guns ourselves in sort of forceful procedure,” Matiang’i stated.
The CS who was accompanied by his Main Administrative Secretary (CAS) Patrick Ntutu, IG Joseph Boinnet and Regional Coordinators, Mongo Chimwaga (Rift Valley) and his Nyanza counterpart Moffat Kanga famous that extra guns have been still in the palms of criminals.
Matiang’i added that they would use the grassroots mechanisms in a bid to rid the two counties of the unlawful arms that have been attributed to the inter-communal and land boundary disputes in the two counties.
He even more extra that the runaway insecurity in Transmara which is bordering to the entire world-famous Masai Mara Recreation Reserve was posing a risk to the tourism sector.
“The President is anxious with the insecurity here in Narok County which is the hope of Masaai Mara. Which is a important economic aspect to the country,” the CS mentioned.