FAMILIES TRAUMATISED

MALICHA SALAD: Silent undertones of unending conflict in Marsabit

No arrests are made and when they are, no successful prosecutions follow

In Summary

•Too many grieving families are left traumatised and permanently scarred, with no real closure. And the cycle continues.

•It is the responsibility of the national government to guarantee the safety and security of all citizens.

Marsabit has historically experienced marginalisation, communal conflict, and underdevelopment.

The county, which shares a porous border with Ethiopia, covers over 70,000 square kilometres...

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