By Rita Damary
Two county commissioners from cattle rustling areas are working on measures to stop the menace.
Mohammed Birik (Nakuru) and Peter Okwanyo (Baringo) met at Waseges in Lower Subukia accompanied by senior officers from the police department.
Waseges MCA Njenga Kang'ethe, who attended the meeting, called for a permanent stock theft unit camp, more vehicles and police officers.
Waseges, which borders Baringo and Laikipia counties, is prone to raids by bandits who later flee towards Mochongoi.