NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 18 – Taity Member of Parliament Asman Kamama has urged communities living in Baringo South not to revenge the killing of an MCA and parliamentary aspirant early Saturday morning.
While condemning what he termed as the cold-blooded murder of the two, Kamama encouraged the residents there to allow the police to complete their investigations.
He further denied having been involved in the incident, saying he is ready to face his political opponents during the August polls.
“I am ready to face my political opponents in the elections. I am not involved in cattle rustling and alleged execution of any politicians in Tiaty,” he stated.
Tension is high in the area following the killing of Loyamorok Ward Representative Kibet Cheretei and Tiaty parliamentary aspirant Pepee Kitambaa at around 12.30am.
The incident occurred when the duo along with five others were entertaining themselves.
A vehicle belonging to the MCA was also torched while the aspirant’s was partly damaged.
Police officers have been deployed to the area and patrols have also been intensified.