Ruiru, Kenya, March 27 – Former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Northlands farm in Ruiru was invaded by unknown intruders early this morning.
The attackers reportedly cut down trees using power saws, set the farm on fire, and stole over 100 sheep.
The incident occurred around 11 am local time, and the motive behind the attack is yet unknown.
It is also unclear whether any casualties occurred as a result of the attack.
According to eyewitnesses, the attackers were armed with machetes and power saw, and they came in several vehicles.
They allegedly cut the fence and proceeded to cut down the trees and set the farm on fire.
The stolen sheep are yet to be recovered and no word from the police yet
Former President Uhuru Kenyatta has not made any statement regarding the incident, and his whereabouts at the time of the attack are unknown.
Local residents have expressed shock and concern over the incident, calling on the government to take urgent measures to ensure the safety of citizens and their property.
The attack on a former president’s farm has sent shockwaves across the country, and many are calling for increased security measures to prevent such incidents in the future.
The incident comes at a time when the country is facing high cost of living demonstrations.