Mwingi North Member of Parliament, Paul Nzengu who visited late Sammy’s family to console them condemned the heinous act terming the killing of innocent teachers as an act of cowardice.
“An armed man should fight with another armed one not attacking innocent persons while asleep,” stated the law maker.
The MP termed the late teacher as a very resourceful person having volunteered to referee Malili Cup tournament which took place two weeks ago in Kyuso town.
“It is sad to lose Sammy who was a very hardworking young man who died working so hard to transform lives of young ones where his call of duty was,” said the MP.
Nzengu however urged all leaders from all Religious backgrounds to speak in one voice in a bid to ensure that such acts of cruelty are stopped and people are free to work anywhere within the country.
The legislator urged the Executive to take responsibility for lives lost and ensure a compensation is channeled to affected family.
“We all know that Alshabaab came when Kenya went to secure the Somali border and so it the responsibility of Executive to formulate a way of compensating families who lose their loved ones through such attacks,” urged the MP.
Sammy was killed alongside 2 other teachers, among the other 2 was Caleb Mutua who comes from Makuka village Kitui county.