Pokot leaders have asked the government of Kenya to intervene over external raids on the community by the Uganda Peoples Defence Force (UPDF).
Led by Assistant minister, Samuel Moroto, and the Rev John Lodinyo, the leaders protested the recent killings of seven Kenyans and confiscation of over 1,300 head of cattle by the UPDF in the past three weeks.
The leaders accused the Ugandan soldiers of crossing into Kenya, killing civilians and confiscating animals.
On Monday, the Ugandan soldiers allegedly crossed into Kenya, shot dead three people and allegedly abducted 30 others in Pokot North district.
They claim that the soldiers rounded up cattle from the local herdsmen and drove them to the army barracks in Uganda.
They also said that a fortnight ago, the Ugandan soldiers carried a similar raid killing four people in Nasal area in the same district and stole 800 cattle.
The leaders have asked government to intervene and stop and further killings.