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Maina Njenga gives deadline for those who stole Uhuru’s sheeps

Politician Maina Njenga of Azimio has issued a demand that thieves who broke into Northlands Farm, owned by former President Uhuru Kenyatta, return any stolen goods by December 31, 2023.

After leading a tree-planting activity at the farm on Monday, Njenga addressed the media and pleaded with the thugs who had wrecked the property to please forgive them.

Maina Njenga went on to say that although he was actively looking for the accused, he did not threaten to take legal action if they did not meet his deadline.

The Northlands farm was overrun by thugs in March 2023, who also burned a portion of the property on fire, stole over 1,500 Dorper sheep, and chopped down trees.

A lamb typically costs Ksh6,000, whereas a fully grown Dorper sheep costs Ksh45,000.

To show his support for the former president, Njenga planted trees on a portion of the Northlands farm on Monday. Still, he pleaded with the state to safeguard private property at all costs.

In March, the event at Northlands Farm attracted national attention, prompting inquiries about the level of insecurity in the area. Some, on the other hand, asserted that the event was a political witch-hunt and questioned why the police had not stepped in to defuse the atmosphere.

Interior CS Kithure Kindiki responded by saying that police resources were being stretched due to the continuous nationwide protests, which is why officers did not act quickly enough.

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