MORAN NO MORE - The Changing Face of Cattle-rustling in Kenya

The practice of cattle rustling remains a major cause of insecurity and conflict amongst the pastoral communities in Kenya. The recent upsurge of incidents of cattle-rustling has been greatly facilitated by the ready availability of small arms and light weapons in the cattle-rustling prone areas. The increased use of weaponry in cattle rustling by the pastoralist communities has grown to become a daunting security threat to the lives of the pastoralists and also a key threat to the core of their livelihoods, which is anchored on ownership of large herds of livestock.
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