~ @lmonmm and @pault
Unfortunately, where I live most major international social media Web sites are permanently blocked by the authorities in order to minimize “foreign” perspectives.
Facebook is one of the blocked sites. In fact, I've never seen Facebook.
What both of you have alluded to in your posts tends to corroborate the news articles I've posted concerning pastoralists invading property in Laikipia.
At the time when I posted the original links in this thread, and those in a similar but different thread, I felt uneasy, as my love for Kenya causes me to recoil from badmouthing any flaws it may have.
However, the seriousness of the situation as explained in the articles, and as conveyed to me in private communications from Kenyans working in central Kenya, overcame my initial hesitation.
With sorrow I read your posts and references to Facebook posts. This is all most unfortunate, as Laikipia is an area with so much natural beauty and developed conservation.
Thank you to both of you for adding this information, despite my being unable to read the original Facebook posts.