The society says the incident occurred in the Lolok Oibor area.
“They were complaining of stomach pains and headache,” Kenya Red Cross County Manager in Samburu, Gitonga Mugambi, told Capital FM News.
He explained that the locals fed on the carcass of a cow.
He says the cow was undergoing treatment from a community animal health worker but died after persistent drought in the area.
He says they have already set up a medical camp in the area to serve the locals as the number of those affected continues to increase.
“The medical camp will be there for three days…we are also using the Beyond Zero mobile clinic to reach more people,” he said.