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Yesterday, the Kenya Red Cross registered the more than 130 residents, mainly women and children from 70 households, who fled their homes following the Monday night attack.
KE 2 | National News SUNDAY NATION August 9 , 2015 TANA DELTA | Region has had a history of violence that take long to quell even in the presence of security personnel No words can reassure violence victims Residents refuse to return home despite assurances by leaders and police, fearing further attacks BY MWAKERA MWAJEFA [email protected] NEHEMIAH OKWEMBAH [email protected] esidents displaced in vio- lence between herders and farmers on the Kilifi-Tana River boundaries are reluctant to return to their farms even after being assured of their safety by the two counties’ governors, Amason Kingi and Hussein Dado, on Friday.
“Those who are talking ill of me, I assure them that they will die before their time.
Some of them are young children who are not married yet. Some have not yet given birth, and they won’t,” Pastor Ng’ang’a told his congregants.
Mr Dado said: “I call upon all those affected by the clashes to return to their farms and move on with their lives as we look for permanent solutions,” he said.He said any members of the police service who might have conducted themselves unpro- fessionally would be severely dealt with.“Where investigations re- veal culpability on the part of a member of the National Police Service, we will not hesi- tate to recommend prosecution and disciplinary action against such police officers and their superiors who fail to take ap- propriate action,” he said.Below: Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi and Tana River’s Hussein Dado visit the displaced.
“We cannot continue with this archaic way of resolving issues through violence.
The farming Giriama often fight over land and water with the Wardhei pastoralists.